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K-12 Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction: Implementing a Collective Effort to Support Students Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
41:03
Hello everyone. Kyra and Harvey here in Point Hope
lexie
41:22
Hi Kyra and Harvey! Happy you are here
penny.gray
47:50
I think of it as the technical side of reading
Julia Boynton
47:53
How the brain functions as we read/learn to read.
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
47:54
What is the formula for good readers. Which skills equate to strong readers.
Lisa
47:58
How your brain processes words and how to comprehend what you read.
Pamella Simpson
48:05
There is a process or formula that can be taught to help the reader to decode and comprehend.
Theresa Crushshon
48:08
Structural literacy
Kerkhoff
48:09
How the brain processes the words on a page
Fran
48:11
Maybe how we are able to process information to be able to read and comprehend
Coach Bentz
48:19
I think of it as word recognition or how our brain sees words
Jordan Scanlan
48:19
The scientific way that people use to read.
Tiffany Gerwig
48:20
The knowledge that best practices for teaching reading comes from.
Theresa Crushshon
48:28
How we learn to read by instruction
Lydia Zeisel
48:31
I think science of reading is using what we know to improve what we can do. Understanding the biology
Melissa
48:36
How the brain functions/works while reading. How brain makes connections, brain plasticity, working memory
Troy Poage - Eek
48:58
Being able to understand how people process words and sentences into comprehension.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
49:12
how the brain processes and how students learn
CarissaCotta
56:46
Vocabulary
Lydia Zeisel
59:50
I still see it
lexie
01:00:05
click on the x on the top right of poll
Maalli Tamara Trefon
01:02:59
That is a lot
Pamella Simpson
01:07:57
Some students can read beautifully, but no comprehend anything they have read?
lexie
01:08:10
That is so right, Pamela
lexie
01:22:05
Please turn off your video if you might
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:36:17
It is important to monitor a student’s ability to combine elements of learning comprehension with decoding skills
lexie
01:36:41
so true Kyra!
Maalli Tamara Trefon
01:42:40
Should we already have this book?
annemagalsky
01:43:06
Where is our participant handout?
lexie
01:43:14
It is in your participant handout. Melissa, might you put that link in again just in case
lexie
01:43:20
thank you
annemagalsky
01:43:25
Thank you
Melissa Crane
01:43:30
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-k-12-evidence-based-literacy-instruction-implementing-a-collective-effort-to-support-students-fall-2020/
Lydia Zeisel
01:45:11
yes
Julia Boynton
01:45:11
yes
joelle.gefre
01:45:11
yes
Jordan Scanlan
01:45:13
Yes
black_cynthia
01:45:15
y
CarissaCotta
01:45:15
yes
Fran
01:45:15
yes
Pamella Simpson
01:45:15
yes
Troy Poage - Eek
01:45:15
yes
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:45:16
yes
Melissa
01:45:17
yes
Elena Allers
01:45:22
yes
Hoeler_Joan
02:01:49
brian
M Hayes
02:01:49
brian
Lydia Zeisel
02:01:50
brian
Kerkhoff
02:01:52
brian
Julia Boynton
02:01:53
bryan
M Hayes
02:02:30
This is very typical for dyslexics, too.
Hoeler_Joan
02:03:05
I worked with Deaf and HOH for a long time. Teaching them is a different ballgame.
dianakurka
02:04:06
You may want to turn off your cameras.
Hoeler_Joan
02:09:57
After 5 hours of what?
M Hayes
02:10:24
Neurons that fire together, wire together. D. Hebb
lexie
02:10:41
instruction with phonological awareness and phonics
lexie
02:10:52
Nice M Hayes
Theresa Crushshon
02:11:31
Working with youth in special education is rewarding. I do not know how to teach them how to read a book, but I can teach them how to read and create a piece of work.
dianakurka
02:11:58
This is one of the assignment options for those who decide to take the webinar for credit.
lexie
02:12:01
Nice, Theresa! So rewarding
Theresa Crushshon
02:13:18
I would like to help build the vocabulary and reading comprehension, first.
Hoeler_Joan
02:13:25
I always think I have great ideas I tend to be disdisorganized.
M Hayes
02:13:35
The theory that repetition is necessary to create the neural pathways. That the repetition creates stronger synapses
Anne Magalsky
02:13:35
Explicit Instruction with the goal of gaining meaning from text- reading for meaning
Hoeler_Joan
02:13:37
This will help me teach in a more systematic way.
Troy Poage - Eek
02:13:41
Reading is essential to learning.
Lisa
02:13:43
I hope new teachers are getting all the science in their teacher training classes!
Lydia Zeisel
02:13:45
I am going to pay attention to deficits I may see in my older students.
mollychingliak-Eek
02:13:47
What was confirmed for me was that as a Yupik child, I heard mainly English spoken to me, but then there were other’s who spoke Yupik then I wouldn’t understand and then that person would tell me that I wasn’t understanding
Pamella Simpson
02:13:48
I need strategies to help my students comprehend
Anne Magalsky
02:13:51
Yes- organization is missing for me too!
Theresa Crushshon
02:13:53
Showing them a systematic way to formulate an idea is critical.
CarissaCotta
02:13:54
I realize we should never give up as students who struggle need that explicit instruction in a certain processor
Fran
02:13:55
Realizing the importance of instruction to develop reading. I teach upper elementary and am looking for ways to support lower level readers
Julia Boynton
02:14:12
Explains a lot of the reasoning behind teaching strategies in ELA
Hoeler_Joan
02:14:14
The things I see and the gaps, have names and there are specific strategies to address them.
Elena Allers
02:14:17
I’m thinking that I too might have a hearing issue because I can not distinguish between certain vowel sounds — which make me a terrible speller
Maalli Tamara Trefon
02:14:26
I need to learn how to teach reading to teach it right
Ronald Brower
02:14:36
I read to students and they see what I’’m saying and connect to words to understand what was said
Tiffany Gerwig
02:14:38
Have students read with me and give them feedback.
Jordan Scanlan
02:14:43
Reading needs to be methodic and repeated. Reading does not come naturally however, all students can eventually pick it up with enough help. I want to practice working with student to train their brain better.
Coach Bentz
02:15:04
I plan on making sure that kids understand that there are 4 contexts in reading. Some are good at some things and need more practice in others, but that they are not the only ones. Plenty of kids need to practice more :)
Kerkhoff
02:15:08
Use instruction that is organized along the continuum for phonics, so I am giving it in the right order, not skipping over or leaving out the steps
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:16:14
It is through our instruction that we teach the students how to connect the sounds to letters. This changes the brain
Melissa Crane
02:17:16
Survey Link 1: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2PRKLCR
Melissa Crane
02:23:18
To register for credit: https://www.cvent.com/d/47qqnn