Virtual Teaching Techniques Registration
A Free AIM Pathways to Practice Webinar Series Based on the Science of Reading and Focused on the Language Comprehension Upper Strands of Dr. Hollis Scarborough's Reading Rope
Join AIM Institute curriculum designer and longtime AIM Academy teacher and curriculum and instructional leader Julia Salamone for the first 5 sessions of this new Pathways to Practice Webinar Series.
AIM is committed to furthering literacy and providing educators with online access to resources to support evidence-based teaching in the classrooms - with a special focus on exploring tools and techniques for educators teaching remotely or virtually.
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Audience: K-12 Teachers: Elementary Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Reading/Literacy Specialists, and Content Area Teachers
Each FREE webinar will be held over Zoom. Recordings will be shared as well as access to the resources used and shared.
Virtual Teaching Techniques on Vocabulary based on the Science of Reading
Wednesday, September 30
Virtual Teaching Techniques on Language Structures based on the Science of Reading
Thursday, October 15
Virtual Teaching Techniques on Inferencing based on the Science of Reading - Part 1
Wednesday, October 28
Virtual Teaching Techniques on Inferencing based on the Science of Reading - Part 2
Thursday, November 12
Virtual Teaching Techniques on Text Structure based on the Science of Reading
Wednesday, December 9
7:00-8:00 PM ET
Coming January 2021
Virtual Teaching Techniques Webinar on Integrating Reading and Writing
Visit Our Pathways to Practice Page for Recordings and Resources from Past Webinars. If you registered for a webinar but didn't attend you will receive and email with a direct link to the recording.
Julia Salamone is a Curriculum and Instructional Designer for AIM Institute. Prior to joining the Institute, Julia taught for both public and private schools at the elementary and middle school level, specializing in the area of literacy. She has worked on the development of the Pathways to Proficient Reading course and is currently in production of its counterpart: Pathways to Proficient Writing. She received her M. Ed. in Special Education from Arcadia University where she worked as a member of their Building Behavior and Educational Support Teams. Additionally, Julia is Level 2 certified in the Wilson Reading System, and is RAVE-O and LiPS trained. Her educational interests include all things reading comprehension, differentiation, student writing, and teacher empowerment. Julia resides with her husband, Scott, and their daughters, Lena and Mila, in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.