Reading is one of the most extensively studied aspects of education. There is now strong consensus among researchers about how children learn to read and the most effective method to teach them, based on thousands of rigorous scientific studies from multiple research disciplines.

Who should attend

This seminar is suitable for F-6 classroom and specialist teachers, school executive, and support staff as it examines the development of students from beginning to skilled readers.

What the seminar covers

This information session is designed to give teachers and other school-based professionals an introduction to the evidence base supporting effective reading instruction methods that will help all children learn to read.

The session examines:

Delivery mode

Presentations are available to schools via videoconference or on-site, depending on availability and travel restrictions. Delivered in a flexible 90-minute format, this seminar is ideal for schools who would like to learn more about the theoretical and scientific evidence for best practice reading instruction.

Upcoming videoconference presentations: October 19 & November 9, 2021. BOOKED OUT.