Curriculum Associates Launches New Webinar Series to Support Educators with Reading Instruction
The six-part Teach Forward: Innovations in Reading series kicks off on Thursday, February 25, 2021
NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., February 16, 2021—Curriculum Associates is launching a complimentary six-part webinar series for elementary educators. Teach Forward: Innovations in Reading will kick off on February 25th and run every Thursday until April 1. Teach Forward will showcase a variety of timely, research-based practices around knowledge development, culturally responsive pedagogy, and the power of proven scaffolds that bring all students to grade-level text.
“The world of reading never stands still. We are excited to share some fresh ideas for authentic engagement in classrooms where rigor and wonder align,” said Elizabeth Bassford, Associate Vice President for Content and Implementation at Curriculum Associates. “This webinar series provides educators with the latest innovations from a trusted team of experts and practitioners in the field. We invite educators to join us for all six sessions and Teach Forward in 2021.”
The Teach Forward: Innovations in Reading series includes:
•Scaffolds for Content Equity on February 25, 2021
•Culturally Responsive Classrooms on March 4, 2021
•Knowledge Begets Knowledge on March 11, 2021
•A Look at Lessons through an i-Ready Lens on March 18, 2021
•i-Ready Reading Instruction on March 25, 2021
•Raising Word Awareness on April 1, 2021
All webinars will be held at 3 p.m. ET and last for 45 minutes.
Educators who attend all six of the webinars will be entered into a drawing to win a variety of prizes, including Visa gift cards, snack boxes, and more.
To learn more and to register for the upcoming webinars, visit CVent.Me/2K8rkr.
About Curriculum Associates
Founded in 1969, Curriculum Associates, LLC designs research-based print and online instructional materials, screens and assessments, and data management tools. The company’s products and outstanding customer service provide teachers and administrators with the resources necessary for teaching diverse student populations and fostering learning for all students.