Listen in as experienced school leader Lauren Ellis highlights how easy it is to pair Tools curriculum with the science of reading. She’ll show you how Tools supports language development, word recognition, comprehension and verbal reasoning skills.
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The science of reading? We’ve got that!
Committee search to choose the right curriculum
Selection of Tools of the Mind curriculum & professional development
Tools training and implementation for all relevant staff
Teaching and learning review and outcomes
You’ve probably seen a lot in the news lately about the effectiveness of using the science of reading to ensure that children are getting the building blocks they need to become skilled readers.
If you’re looking at Scarborough’s Reading Rope and wondering if it jives with what Tools has to offer when it comes to literacy instruction, the answer is a resounding yes. Just ask Lauren Ellis. An accomplished school leader who has years of Tools experience under her belt, watch as Lauren describes how seamlessly the Tools preschool curriculum weaves the science of reading into so many activities happening throughout the Tools day, even Make-Believe Play.
If you are a Tools teacher or administrator wondering how to make sure your children are getting what they need from the science of reading, Lauren has a message for you: You’re already doing it! And if you aren’t yet a Tools school and are tempted to become one, watch as Lauren makes a great case for how Tools instruction has solutions for so many of the challenges we face in the classroom as we serve diverse populations and strive to maximize learning for all of our children.
Watch Lauren make the connections between sound Tools practice and science of reading language comprehension and word recognition fundamentals.
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