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What Are CollabPDs?

CollabPD is the Urban Collaborative's professional development series! Our trusted Partners and Sponsors provide solutions that have been used or developed to remove barriers and ensure equitable access. Many of our Partners and Sponsors have amazing research that they utilize to inform the services their organization offer, so these pre-recorded webinars are an opportunity to tap into that wealth of knowledge for free! If you'd like more information about our Partners and Sponsors, click the button below.

Available CollabPDs

Wilson Language Training presents the International Dyslexia Association's Structured Literacy InfoMap: Part 2. Recall the International Dyslexia Association's InfoMap and its key components from our last session? Now, we'll explore how these principles translate into practical MTSS and structured literacy implementation, empowering you to bridge the gap between theory and practice and make a lasting impact on your students' reading success. Get ready to put theory into practice and unlock the power of structured literacy for all learners.
Join Jennifer Bigos from Wilson Language Training, as she discusses International Dyslexia Association's Info Map and it's key components. Jennifer is a Wilson Literacy Advisor, Dyslexia Therapist, and former Special Education Director for Broward County School District, so she brings many years of experience and knowledge to this month's CollabPD!
Join Dave Kiyvyra, the Director of Development for Lindamood-Bell for Schools, as he discusses the science of reading instruction implementation. He focuses on sensory-cognitive instruction, dual coding & concept imagery, developing language comprehension, and lastly district implementation.
Join 321 Insight's President, Alia Jackson as she hosts this month's CollabPD. Alia will highlight practices which are geared to help staff create trauma-informed mindsets and skill sets to better address behavior and help students thrive.
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The science of reading is part of every conversation about education right now, but how does it apply to students learning English? A former teacher reflects on how current language-acquisition research would have changed her approach to teaching high school English language development. Then, we take a forward look at where instructional design for multilingual learners is headed based on the science of language learning.