The A, B, Cs of Reading Development: Understanding how children learn to read can help you support your emergent & struggling readers Online
Join us for an informative webinar with educator Julie Bertram to better understand reading development. We will look at how children typically learn to read, what happens when reading development is atypical, and how libraries can support all the young readers in their community through collection development and readers' advisory.
Julie Bertram recently retired from her role as Senior Assessment Specialist at educational technology company Lexia Learning. She received her masters of science in education from the Language and Literacy program at Simmons College and completed her Orton-Gillingham training in the Reading Disabilities Unit of Massachusetts General Hospital, where she also served as a reading therapist, trainee supervisor, and coordinator of the Children’s Reading Program. She was the product manager for professional development company Keys to Literacy and project manager for the Language Science Lab at Boston University where she managed an IES grant to develop a linguistically-based, computerized reading and language assessment for older students. She has worked with educators for over 25 years to to support understanding of the interplay between reading skills, language ability, assessment, and instructional practice.
- Monday, November 14, 2022
- 3:00pm - 4:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event.
- Event URL: