Early Literacy Screening and Training Webinar
On Tuesday, April 20, Carla Small of EarlyBird Education, the literacy screener developed with 2021 Symposium Speaker Dr. Nadine Gaab and and the AIM Institute's Dawn Brookhart shared how the app-based early literacy screener and AIM Pathways professional training programs are being use in schools and districts to support students and help educators implement the Science of Reading into classroom practice.
Watch the Webinar Recording to:
- Learn how EarlyBird and AIM Pathways tie to the Science of Reading
- See a demo of both tools
- Discover how EarlyBird and AIM Pathways can be integrated into your literacy initiatives.
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EarlyBird is the all-in-one easy to administer dyslexia screener and word reading benchmarking tool.
EarlyBird is a fun and delightful game-based assessment. Appropriate for pre-readers, it was developed by researchers, for educators, to identify children at risk for dyslexia and other reading in the window when intervention is most effect.
Developed and scientifically validated at Boston Children’s Hospital in partnership with the Florida Center for Reading Research, EarlyBird integrates key literacy milestones shown to be most predictive of later reading success with powerful analytics to identify where children are struggling on their learning pathway and points to just-right interventions.
AIM PathwaysTM is a unique, interactive digital teacher training platform designed to deliver research and evidence-based content in the science of reading.
AIM Pathways puts diagnostic and prescriptive tools at your fingertips with on-demand, mobile-friendly access. It provides unique research-driven, IDA-accredited courses that can transform instructional practice with CEU credits available and the opportunity to receive 3 graduate credits per course.
A scalable option for schools, school districts and state departments of education as well as for individual teachers interested in changing classroom practice.