33 results for author: Emily Kirven
A FREE workshop for educators, parents, and friends on October 25 at 6:15 led by Natalie Huerta. Multisensory--It’s a buzzword that you may have heard in and around schools. Educators and specialists say they are doing multisensory reading instruction and that schools should be doing it, but what is it? Why do it? How do you do it with students or your own child? Come get an introduction to multisensory reading instruction and be ready to involve all of your senses! Natalie Huerta is the Literacy Coach at Mary McDowell Friends School, an independent school for students with language-based learning disabilities. There she supports teachers and ...
May 27, 2017: An evening of stories, drinks and conversation.
We are excited to announce our new program, the Saturday Reading Room. Beginning January 28, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders can cozy up with a friendly, trained high schooler and practice their developing reading skills. We will focus on building fluency while reading lots of great books -- fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Participants will also have the opportunity to play games that build sight word and spelling pattern knowledge.
What's Going On In There? The Learning Process and Its Impact on Reading with Beth Bucher An event for educators, parents, and friends, hosted by READ 718 October 25, 6:30-8:00 PM Tickets are FREE, but please RSVP to email@example.com What happens in our brain when we learn? What steps are involved in mastering a new skill? When it comes to learning to read, the answers are not so obvious upon first glance. Anyone who has ever helped a student struggling to read has probably wished for the ability to get in there and “take a look under the hood”. In this hands-on talk, we will attempt to do just ...
Help out your neighborhood literacy center by attending our benefit party on May 24. Find details and buy tickets here: https://www.nycharities.org/Events/EventLevels.aspx?ETID=9045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now registering children for our first summer cycle. Space is limited, so register early. Each child will attend Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5:00 PM from July 5-28. He/she will work one-on-one with a trained volunteer on their reading skills to get them ready for fall and to prevent "summer slide." Children entering grades 3-8 and who receive free or reduced price lunch at school are eligible.
Our spring cycle will run from April 11-June 16. Huge thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers who are gearing up to work with their READers. If you're interested in being a substitute volunteer or volunteering for a later session, contact us now!
We are looking for smart, passionate people who are interested in helping kids reach their potential. Tutors meet with their students twice per week after school at READ 718. Contact us now to start tutoring in spring!
We are looking for smart, energetic, reliable people to join our volunteer team at READ 718! Literacy tutors work one on one with a student twice per week for 10 weeks (or more). Lesson plans are provided. Our fall session runs October 5-December 10 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:10-4:30 AND Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:10-4:30 and 4:40-6:00 PM. Volunteering is a great way to help children in your community and gain experience in tutoring and literacy education. Plus, it's fun. If you're interested and want to learn more, contact us now! Would love to hear from you.