Teaching Reading to All Learners: 3 Session Programme

  • 25th Jun 2024
  • Online
  • Literacy
  • Spaces
  • Subject Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum Delivery
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Non-members From £80.00+VAT
Overview

Embark on a transformative educational journey with our comprehensive 3-part course, "Teaching Reading to All Learners: From Phonics to Fluency." Delve into a rich tapestry of strategies and practices, drawn from the invaluable experiences of over 20 schools and organisations, featured in Dr Sarah Moseley's latest book.

Teaching reading to all learners: 3 session programme:

25th March 2024,

24th April 2024,

25th June 2024: 12:30pm to 2:30pm

£80 per person per session for non-Partner schools

Free for all Partner Schools

Non Partner schools can book on all 3 sessions for £150.00

25th March

Part 1: Strategies for Progression and Success – From Phonics to Fluency

  • Conduct an audit of your current provision and set high expectations

  • Build confidence by amplifying existing good practices.

  • Navigate through the latest research, emphasising evidence-based approaches.

  • Develop inclusive pathways, fostering literacy-rich environments from phonics mastery to fluent reading for pleasure. 2024:

24th April:

Part 2: Identifying Gaps and Ensuring Inclusivity – Creating Neurodiversity profiles.

  • Understand the role of the science of reading and the role of foundation skills in developing reading for all.

  • Master effective assessment techniques to identify gaps, strengths, and next steps.

  • Develop dynamic assessment systems catering to diverse needs.

  • Consider assessment practices, particularly tailored for learners with specific difficulties like dyslexia and the good practice around these.

  • Creating accessible and dynamic assessment systems – how to assess pre/nonverbal learners, older learners, and those with more complex needs.

25th June

Part 3: Practical Strategies for Ensuring Inclusivity – Technology and Reading

  • Develop practical approaches for an inclusive reading curriculum.

  • Harness the power of technology to enhance literacy, promoting motivation and engagement.

  • Rally the support of families, professionals, and the entire school community for holistic success.

  • Explore real-life examples of inclusive practices and their outcomes, integrating technology seamlessly into the reading experience.

Immerse yourself in a harmonious blend of theory and hands-on approaches, connecting with colleagues from both mainstream and special school contexts. This course is rooted in the firm belief that every action, from mastering phonics to fostering fluency, can make a substantial impact on the inclusive education landscape. Elevate your teaching skills and champion a reading experience that embraces all learners!

About The Course

Teaching reading to all learners: 3 session programme:

25th March 2024,

24th April 2024,

25th June 2024: 12:30pm to 2:30pm

£80 per person per session for non-Partner schools

Free for all Partner Schools

Non Partner schools can book on all 3 sessions for £150.00

25th March

Part 1: Strategies for Progression and Success – From Phonics to Fluency

  • Conduct an audit of your current provision and set high expectations

  • Build confidence by amplifying existing good practices.

  • Navigate through the latest research, emphasising evidence-based approaches.

  • Develop inclusive pathways, fostering literacy-rich environments from phonics mastery to fluent reading for pleasure. 2024:

24th April:

Part 2: Identifying Gaps and Ensuring Inclusivity – Creating Neurodiversity profiles.

  • Understand the role of the science of reading and the role of foundation skills in developing reading for all.

  • Master effective assessment techniques to identify gaps, strengths, and next steps.

  • Develop dynamic assessment systems catering to diverse needs.

  • Consider assessment practices, particularly tailored for learners with specific difficulties like dyslexia and the good practice around these.

  • Creating accessible and dynamic assessment systems – how to assess pre/nonverbal learners, older learners, and those with more complex needs.

25th June

Part 3: Practical Strategies for Ensuring Inclusivity – Technology and Reading

  • Develop practical approaches for an inclusive reading curriculum.

  • Harness the power of technology to enhance literacy, promoting motivation and engagement.

  • Rally the support of families, professionals, and the entire school community for holistic success.

  • Explore real-life examples of inclusive practices and their outcomes, integrating technology seamlessly into the reading experience.

Immerse yourself in a harmonious blend of theory and hands-on approaches, connecting with colleagues from both mainstream and special school contexts. This course is rooted in the firm belief that every action, from mastering phonics to fostering fluency, can make a substantial impact on the inclusive education landscape. Elevate your teaching skills and champion a reading experience that embraces all learners!

About the Programme Leader

Dr Sarah Moseley: Sarah is a literacy and inclusion specialist focusing on empowering all learners, embracing neurodiversity and SEND. Sarah provides face to face or online training, consultancy, information and support for professionals and families from all sectors. Sarah is passionate about making a positive difference to the lives, attitudes and outcomes of those neurodiverse learners who may struggle to learn. Sarah has over 25 years’ knowledge and experience within special and mainstream education up to Headteacher level, as well as a solid research background rooted within the psychology of learning, that includes a Masters and PhD in Special Education. Sarah recently published a book on ‘Teaching Reading to All Learners’ and writes regular articles for several key industry publications. Throughout her career the one constant has been her belief in people and that everyone can succeed in the right environment, with the right support and equal access to opportunities. Sarah aims to bridge the gap between theory and learning, to create a culture where high expectations thrive, improving outcomes for all. Through the creation of inspirational learning opportunities, raising expectations, and removing barriers for all learners.

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Non-member / Partner School Price
25th Jun 2024
12:30pm - 02:30pm
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£80.00+VAT / Free