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May 18 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Intervening for Success: Getting Results with the Lowest Achieving Students
Join us for a 1-hour webinar to discuss supporting the accelerated learning of the lowest-achieving students in your school or district.
- Classroom Teachers, Interventionists, & Specialists
- Literacy Coaches & Teacher Leaders
- District & School Leaders
Don’t miss this new opportunity!
You are invited to a 1-hour discussion with Wendy Vaulton, Associate Director of Reading Recovery & Early Interventions, to learn about supporting the accelerated learning of the lowest achieving students in your school or district.
You can become a trained Reading Recovery interventionist or take the training and continue in your current role as a special educator, ELL teacher, literacy specialist, or K-4 classroom teacher.
Reading Recovery and Literacy Lessons are evidence-based and field-tested early literacy interventions for the lowest-achieving students in grades K-4. Join us to learn more about leveraging state, federal, and local dollars for effective intervention to improve schools, communities, and the lives of children.
Wendy Vaulton, Associate Director of Reading Recovery & Early Interventions
Wendy Vaulton is the Associate Director for Reading Recovery and Early Interventions at Lesley University’s Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative. Wendy serves as the Center’s Reading Recovery trainer, supporting teacher leaders in five states. She has experience as an educational researcher, professional developer, and teacher of Reading Recovery. Wendy’s recent research interests include the capacity of improvement science to support systematic, data-informed decision-making for all levels of educational improvement.