Learn How to Apply Research to Classroom Practice

Understanding and Applying the Science of Reading

In this five-part webinar series, we explore how to effectively and joyfully teach the "big five" components of reading. Participants will

  • learn practical tips for translating the science of reading research into K–2 classroom practice.
  • gain a deeper understanding of effective instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
  • explore teaching techniques for each component of reading.

By registering, participants will gain immediate access to all five webinars in the series.

About the Presenter

Angela Cammarata, National Literacy Consultant at Zaner-Bloser

Angela Cammarata, MEd, is the national literacy consultant for Zaner-Bloser and The Superkids Reading Program. She has more than 19 years of experience in literacy education serving as a classroom teacher; literacy coach; curriculum, instruction, and assessment specialist; school administrator; and adjunct professor. Cammarata also served as the early literacy education specialist for the Nebraska Children & Families Foundation, in partnership with the Nebraska Department of Education, which included work on the state's Reading Improvement Act, College & Career Readiness ELA Standards, Results Matter Task Force, and Instructional Materials Collaborative. She is passionate about developing and delivering professional learning focused on improving student outcomes by bridging science of reading research and implementation of evidence-based instructional practices.