Accelerating Student Learning to Close the Gaps: Strategies to Mitigate the Impacts of COVID Slide and Summer Learning Loss
Because of interruptions from COVID-19, students will experience learning loss and gaps in their knowledge, no matter their current grade level. It's up to schools to identify these gaps and then take measures to fill them. There are proven techniques from the science of reading we can use.
In this webinar, watch and listen as Dr. Liz Brooke, chief learning officer of Lexia®, explains proven techniques to mitigate the impact of COVID slide and summer learning loss. This webinar will discuss the major issues facing educators and present techniques they can use in the classroom.
This webinar is packed with eye-opening evidence and proven principles of learning that are applicable in all schools and districts, no matter your learning environment. There's something for educators of all types to learn from.
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