Phonemic awareness has been identified as one of the five critical skills by The National Reading Panel. It’s the most basic building block of early literacy. T/TAC is providing a webshop designed for general and special education teachers to expand their knowledge in this area, including strategies for elementary and secondary levels, assessing phonemic awareness, and accommodations & assistive technology.
The K-12 Inclusive Practices Guide is an informational resource to support school divisions and parents looking to improve outcomes for students with disabilities by meeting their needs to the maximum extent possible in general education setting. It can be found by clicking on the button below:
Research has repeatedly shown that the concept of ‘learning styles’ is one that doesn’t have scientific basis, and in fact, may be more harmful than helpful. So what does work? Take a look at this article from the learning blog teachlikeachampion.com:
The American Psychological Association weighs in here, saying that belief in the learning styles myth may be detrimental and contrary to research-based best practices in education.