Explicitly Building Decoding & Encoding Skills in Older Students (Gr 4-8)
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Explicitly Building Decoding & Encoding Skills in Older Students (Gr 4-8)
Presented by: Camille Lezubski
Located at: Online
About the Session

Target Audience: Gr 4-8 teachers, educational assistants, parents and administrators are encourage to attend.

Increase your knowledge in pinpointing where to start building foundational phonics skills and learn how to structure phonics instruction in 10- 15 minute to building decoding skills. Keeping in mind, the valuable integration of all the layers of reading: word study, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension, along with this explicit and systematic phonics teaching, is important to enhance transfer of learning.

About the Presenter(s)

Camille Lezubski is a graduate from the University of Calgary with a bachelor’s degree in early in Childhood & Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction.    She has taught for 23 years and has had various roles in Calgary Catholic, Early Learning Consultant, Diverse Learning Coordinating Teacher,  Kindergarten – grade 6. Camille is Certified as a Tutor practitioner in Orton Gillingham through Scottish Rite Learning Center Calgary.  For the past 10 + years, she continues to remediate students in reading.  Camille has 3 children, two in university and one in grade 9.

Fee: $30.00

Registration Notes:

This session will be recorded and available to all registrants for 30 days afer the session occurs.

Session times are Mountain Time.