In this on-demand webinar, presenter Stacey Leitzel explores what type of reading instruction beginning readers need, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. She examines what science of reading research tells us about how best to teach primary students to develop phonological and phonemic awareness, phonics skills, and reading fluency.
Register to watch the recorded webinar video to learn about building neural connections in the brain, systematic and explicit instruction, cumulatively decodable text, and more.
Plus, you’ll get a short preview of Zaner-Bloser’s foundational reading skills curriculum, The Superkids Foundational Skills Kit.
Stacey Leitzel has 25 years of experience in education, serving as teacher, assistant principal, principal, and director of elementary education. She holds an Early Childhood and Elementary Education undergraduate degree from Bloomsburg University and a master’s degrees in Early Childhood and School Leadership from James Madison University. She is director of professional learning services for Zaner-Bloser.