Virginia Educators Applying Reading Science (VEARS) Session 4
April 26, 2022
A Research-Based Strategy for Modeling Print Concepts
More than a “read aloud,” shared reading is a research-based technique for modeling the alphabetic sprinciple and how print works.
Based on the book Alphabetics for Emerging Learners, this session will provide a step-by-step process for conducting a shared reading with emergent literacy learners.
This session addresses SOLS K.5, 1.5, Head Start P-Lit 2
Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2022, from 5:00 to 6:15 p.m. EST
Continuing and Professional Education
School of Education Webinars April 2022
Cost: $25 / webinar
Contact: Heidi Anne Mesmer, School of Education (email@example.com)
Virginia Educators Applying Reading Science (VEARS) Webinar Series
In response to the urgent need to translate reading science for K-12 educators, Virginia Tech is hosting four webinars on timely, educational topics. The goal of the series, entitled Virginia Educators Applying Reading Science (VEARS), is to clearly and succinctly interpret research based strategies and techniques in ways that are directly applicable to the classroom. Each webinar targets a specific strategy or series of techniques, and brings pragmatic translations of research to teachers. The webinars will minimize broad “ideas,” and “theories,” and emphasize pragmatic “How-tos” taken directly from applied studies.
For example, shared reading, a technique that models the alphabetic principle for pre literate learners, is grounded in a body of applied work that specifies particular steps and teacher actions. VEARS webinars will connect teachers to research-proven strategies that they can use in their classrooms immediately.
Note: Each webinar is a stand alone offering. There is no need to take all 4 of the offered webinars.