Recording of  Jan Hasbrouck: The Science of Reading: What We Know & How to Implement it Webinar

Recording of Jan Hasbrouck: The Science of Reading: What We Know & How to Implement it Webinar

  • $45.00


Presenter: Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D.

This is a per person fee.

GROUP RATES: If you are interested in purchasing this webinar for 10 or more members of your school, district, or company, you may click on the option to pay $450 for an unlimited number of attendees to watch live or view the recording when it's convenient for you for one month.

URGENT FINAL REGISTRATION STEP:  After purchasing this webinar, you will receive an email which will contain an important digital PDF that you need to download. (Check your spam folder.)  This PDF contains the link to your recording. You will have this recording for 1 month.

Researchers in medicine and education have been studying how the brain acquires the ability to read since the 1800s. During those decades, many theories were developed. Recently, technology that allows noninvasive tracking of neurological processes has dramatically changed our thinking about how we learn to read and what are the most effective ways to provide instruction and intervention. We now understand that approximately 95% of students can be taught to read, especially if we start the process early. We know that the most effective instruction is provided by teachers who are both well- informed and well-supported. The newest research supports using “structured literacy”, systematic and explicit instruction that involves multi-modality and active engagement from students. This session reviews the current research from medicine, psychology, and education. The implications for how to use this newest, research-based science to design and provide the most effective instruction for all students will be discussed.

Participants will:
1. Know about the current research on learning to read.
2. Understand why we can now conclude that approximately 95% of students can be taught to read, write, and spell successfully.
3. Learn the definition of “structured literacy” and its essential components: Comprehensive, systematic, explicit, and intensive instruction that provides multi-modal engagement for students that is informed by data.
4. Learn ways to effectively implement “structured literacy” in real-world classrooms for all students.
Intended Audience: All Professional Educators/Administrators K-5, Interventionists K-12, Reading and Dyslexia Specialists, Literacy Coaches, School Psychologists, & Parents

Presenter Bio:
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck is a researcher, educational consultant, and author. She was a reading specialist and literacy coach for 15 years before teaching at the University of Oregon and later becoming a professor at Texas A&M University. She served as Executive Consultant to the Washington State Reading Initiative and as an advisor to the Texas Reading Initiative. Dr. Hasbrouck has provided educational consulting to individual schools across the United States as well as in Mexico, Peru, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, and Germany, helping teachers, specialists, and administrators design and implement effective assessment and instructional programs targeted to help low- performing readers.

Dr. Hasbrouck earned her B.A. and M.A. from the University of Oregon, and completed her Ph.D. at Texas A&M. Her research in areas of reading fluency, reading assessment, instructional coaching, and English Learners has been published in numerous professional books and journals. She is the author and coauthor of several books including “Conquering Dyslexia”, “Reading Fluency”, “Student- Focused Coaching” and “Educators as Physicians”, along with several assessment tools. Dr. Hasbrouck works with the McGraw Hill publishers as an author of their “Wonders” and “Wonder Works” reading and intervention programs. In 2019 she helped found Read Washington, a 501(c3)
nonprofit organization with the mission to “provide professional development opportunities, based on the science of reading, so every student becomes a skilled and confident reader.” She also enjoys volunteering at her grandson’s K-8 school in Seattle.

CREDITS: Whether you watch live or view the recording, this training offers 2 cont. ed. hours for all, and Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMHs) for Speech Language Pathologists. ASHA accepts CMHs towards the 30 hours needed for re-certification. 

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CANCELLATION POLICYFor cancellations made at least 10 days prior to the training, the webinar fee will be fully refunded. Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to the training will be subject to a $25 administrative fee. 


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