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Summer Webinar Series

Take some time this summer to find out how Reading Horizons can help your school provide reading instruction that is based on the Science of Reading in both classrooms and virtual settings. Worried about school closures? We'll cover that, too.

June

Virtual Round Table: Ensure You Have a Solid K-3 Reading Program in Your Virtual Plan for Fall 2020

June 4, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

Come hear from Reading Horizons customers about the reading challenges their districts have faced (including COVID-19 school closures), what they have tried, and their results. Come with your questions and leave with a solid plan for your district. The purpose of this event is to help you make an informed decision on your Fall 2020 reading curriculum.

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Blended Learning:
Meeting the Literacy Needs of All Learners

June 11, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

This webinar will cover the benefits of a blended learning model for optimal student results, how to use Structured Literacy in a blended model for data-driven instruction, and resources that support a blended learning model.

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Connecting Reading Science to Practice:
An Introduction to Reading Horizons Discovery®
(Grades K-3)

June 18, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

In this webinar, you will learn what the science says about improving reading outcomes in grades K-3, explicit strategies that reach every learner, and an introduction to the Reading Horizons Discovery® program—a program that helps you bring Structured Literacy to the classroom.

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Structured Literacy for the Older Learner:
An Introduction to Reading Horizons Elevate®

June 25, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

In this webinar, you will learn what the science says about helping older learners improve their reading outcomes; the factors that drive motivation and accelerate learning in preparing students to become confident readers; the essential components of reading and why they must be taught, practiced, and applied to every learner regardless of age; and an introduction to a powerful approach that breaks the “English code,” giving learners access to 89% of commonly used words.

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July

National Covid-19 Literacy Survey and Solutions

July 29, 2020 | 1:00 PM ET

Join colleagues from around the country in viewing and sharing the results of the national survey and discussing the range of options and solutions for reading instruction and intervention. Reading Horizons is the sponsor of the survey. Reading Horizons is a leader in providing professional development for teachers and direct instruction materials, software, and virtual reading instruction to meet the needs of all students.

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August

The Science of Effective Spelling Instruction

August 6, 2020 | 1:00 PM ET

Researchers have found that when reading (i.e., decoding) instruction is integrated with spelling (i.e., encoding) instruction, students see significant gains in both reading and spelling related tasks (Weiser & Mathes, 2011). In this webinar, you will learn what the science says about effective spelling instruction. Hint: it's not giving students a list of words to memorize.

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Going Beyond the Weekly Spelling List: Reading Horizons Discovery® Spelling Supplement

August 13, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

In this webinar, you will learn how to teach your students that there is more to spelling than memorization. Learn the principles and logic that underlie the Reading Horizons Discovery® Spelling Supplement. Using these principles, you can teach your students how to encode and prove that words are being spelled correctly. That way, when the spelling test is over and memory fades, your students still have a knowledge of the structures and patterns of the English language. Learn how teachers can be trained on this program virtually and how lessons can be altered for both virtual and in-person instruction.

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Virtual Round Table: Overcoming the Challenges of Virtual Reading Instruction

August 20, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

Learn how other educators have worked to overcome the challenges of providing virtual reading instruction during COVID-19 school closures and in other virtual settings. Ask your questions and find new solutions for your district's tool box.

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Ask Our Customers: Why Do You Use the Reading Horizons Elevate® Intervention Program for Grades 4+?

August 27, 2020 | 12:00 PM ET

Wondering if you should adopt Reading Horizons as a reading intervention for your students? Ask a panel of our customers about their experience with the Reading Horizons Elevate® intervention program for grades 4+. After they share their experience with the program, ask about implementation, results, challenges, and successes.

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"Our DIBELS scores have never been better and I’ve never felt so confident in teaching reading. My kids love dictation and we are so excited about phonics! Reading Horizons has really made all the difference for us!"

- Tami J., Weber School District, UT

"I have a student who went up 400+ Lexile® points at midpoint. He smiles every day and tells me how easy reading is now. He just told me that it's because of the Reading Horizons program; he is reading 12th-grade books and can read the 'big words' that he could not read before."

- Diane W., Texas Juvenile Justice Department, TX

"My third graders made 100% gains on their Literacy test! I'm so glad we have access to Reading Horizons online [software] where my students can make great gains at their own pace. Thanks RH team! You have made this possible for many of my ELL students."

- Sussy B., Oklahoma City Public Schools, OK

"I am amazed at the growth that I have seen in my students this year after using Reading Horizons as an intervention program. I have had a few students who went from reading 7 words per minute to now reading almost 40 words per minute."

- Leigh F., Pittsburgh Public Schools, PA

"My students' test scores have all gone through the roof, and Reading Horizons is the only thing different from last year. Confidence levels, accuracy, everything has gone up."

- Amy M., Lucy Elementary, TN