Join us for our first ever TeachThought Podcast live event!

Looking to unpack the complexity & nuance in the ‘reading wars’? Join us on January 2nd, 2023 at 5pm EDT for this live panel discussion with four great panelists and moderated by the host of the TeachThought Podcast and Director of TeachThought PD, Drew Perkins.

Our panelists:

This event will be hosted on Zoom and will be limited to 100 registered participants due to popular demand we have increased capacity to 500. The event will start at 5pm, EDT, and end no later than 6:30 EDT with a significant portion of the time dedicated to the panelists answering and discussing questions submitted by registered participants. A recording will be published as a TeachThought Podcast episode.

Registration is currently full but a recording will be published as one of our podcast episodes and will be available here and on your favorite podcast player: https://wegrowteachers.com/teachthought-podcast/.

Because space is limited, we kindly ask that you please only register if you plan on attending and please also cancel if you are unable to attend in order to allow others to register and attend. 

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Yetunde kolawole

    Looking forward to an amazing session

    Reply
  2. Mary McCool Berry

    I am eager to listen to the discussion bridging the two parts of Scarborough’s Reading Rope- Word Recognition and Language Comprehension.

    Educators and parents need actionable ways to teach the entire rope.

    Thank you!

    Reply
  3. Holli

    Is the recording posted yet? If so, can you direct me to it?

    Reply
    • Drew Perkins

      Yes, please see podcast episode 318. It is also linked near the top of this page.

      Reply

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