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How to Teach and Assess Listening
There are so many ways to use Listenwise’s lessons to support every learner, in whatever learning environment. In this session, we’ll explore instructional strategies to help educators make the most of their teaching time, using podcasts. Hear from CA Educator, Scott Petri on how he teaches listening & speaking skills in his classroom.

This session will touch on:

EASE OF USE - We’ll show how Listenwise’s ready-made lessons are easy to use for all ages and all learners (including Sped & EL).

EQUITY- We’ll show how the podcast content, as well as the supports, are great tools to meet the needs of diverse populations and help English Learners thrive using differentiation and scaffolding.

DATA INSIGHT - We’ll walk through how Listenwise formative assessments help you measure student growth throughout the year towards grade-level standards.

May 18, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Monica Brady-Myerov
Founder & CEO @Listenwise
Monica Brady-Myerov is a content area specialist in audio and its use in the classroom and an expert in podcasting, fact-based reporting and narrative storytelling. She is a 25-year veteran public radio journalist, and is the founder and CEO of Listenwise, a listening skills company. She is the author of the upcoming book: Listen Wise: Teach Students to Be Better Learners to be released by Wiley in April 2021. The book has personal anecdotes from the author and accessible excerpts from the latest neuroscience of listening and auditory learning, making it a critical resource that will explain why listening is the missing piece of the literacy puzzle.
Scott M. Petri, Ed.D.
High School History Teacher @John F. Kennedy High School in Valencia, CA
Dr. Scott Petri is a High School History Teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Valencia, California. He is the 2021 California Council for the Social Studies recipient of Outstanding High School Teacher of the year. He holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and a Masters in Educational Administration. He is a board member of the California Council for the Social Studies and the past President of the Southern California Social Studies Association.