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About This Webinar

Making Changes that Stick

Join Dr. Julia Lindsey, author of Reading Above the Fray, to learn about the journey towards evidence-based foundational literacy instruction. To effectively make changes to foundational literacy instruction, leaders need critical insights into research, thoughtful support for the most high-leverage changes, and a roadmap for longterm success. In this webinar, you’ll get what leaders need to know — and do — to support evidence-based literacy instruction.

Join us virtually to learn about the Science of Reading.

March 7th
10:00 am PT/ 1:00 pm ET
1 hour

When: Thursday, March 7, 2024 · 12:00 p.m. · Central Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Julia B. Lindsey, Ph.D., is a foundational literacy expert, consultant, and proud former elementary school teacher. Her work aims to help educators implement research findings in reading instruction.She is the author of the newly released book, Reading Above the Fray: Research-based Routines for Developing Decoding Skills. Julia is also the creator of a framework for research-tested, content-rich decodable texts used by districts, curriculum developers, and tens of thousands of teachers across the globe.
Webinar hosting presenter
Impact Manager
Terri K. Hunt, M.Ed. is the Impact Manager at Just Right Reader. She creates content for students and teachers that is both diverse and engaging. Her mission as a professional is to teach well and lead the way. At her core, Terri is a teacher who takes great pride in the role she plays in the life of every learner. With over 20 years of experience in education, Terri has engaged a wide range of learners from the elementary classroom to the professional development of instructional leaders. Terri obtained her undergraduate degree in education from Oakwood University (formerly Oakwood College) and her graduate degree in educational psychology from the University of Georgia. She holds a gifted endorsement as well as a reading certification.