Powerful Practices to Get Students Back on Track: FREE webinar introduces high-impact strategies to close skill gaps

Powerful Literacy Practices:
High-Impact Strategies to Close Skill Gaps and Get Students Back on Track
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 • 2:00 p.m. ETD

Providing a look at powerful best practices for educational leaders, this FREE webinar will cover:

  • Why a data-driven cycle of assessment, analysis, and action are indispensable for student growth
  • How to analyze assessment results without getting overwhelmed by the data
  • How to organize schools and classrooms to meet the diverse needs of students

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About the Presenters:

Joseph Torgesen conducted research on reading and reading disabilities in the Psychology Department at Florida State University for 35 years.  At the time of his retirement in 2009, he was the Morcom Chair of Psychology and Education and Director of the Florida Center for Reading Research at the university.  He was also appointed by President George W. Bush and served for four years as a member of the National Board of Education Sciences.  

Ossa Fisher is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Istation, an award-winning education technology (EdTech) company that operates in eight countries and serves over four million students across the world. Her extensive expertise in technology, product development, marketing, and media enables her to provide a wealth of strategic thinking and operational experience to the organization.

Dr. Karen Ingram has worked in education for 38 years. Over 30 of those years was spent in a large urban school district in Texas.  She has taught Kindergarten to college level students in English and Spanish and provided instructional coaching and training for adults.  Committed to education, she founded and developed programs for Head Start, adolescent academic and social growth, and adult literacy. Presently, she is a national educational consultant for Istation. 

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