I teach in a third and fourth grade school. What criteria do other schools use for determining when students should receive reading support?
My principal allows other teachers to place students in my classes without any input from me including data or plain old common professional courtesy. What would you do if that happened to you?
I have been an elementary reading specialist for 8 years and before that I was a first grade teacher for 10 years. Thinking of making a jump to middle school reading specialist. Any advice? Thoughts?
What word study program does everyone use? K-2, 3-5, different ones? The same? Pros and cons. We use Fundations K-2 and Words Their Way 3-5 and seeing some gaps. Thanks!
I see my role changing as an interventionist. We have implemented Walk to Intervention. It takes some pressure off. But it also seems I can become obsolete
So, I just attended my first conference regarding Dyslexia yesterday. Is anyone else feeling overwhelmed and unprepared for these new requirements placed on us??