Fluency and Beginning Readers
27 January 2022, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm
In this session, Professor Tim Rasinski (Kent State University) presents on reading fluency and beginning readers.
This event is free.
In this seminar, Professor Tim Rasinski considers why reading fluency is so important, particularly for young children experiencing literacy difficulties. There will be a particular focus on instructional practices to support reading fluency. Martin Galway (Herts for Learning) an English Teaching and Learning Advisor, will consider challenges for teachers in supporting reading fluency in classrooms today. There will be an opportunity for discussion and questions at the end of the session.
This session would be of interest to classroom teachers, reading specialists, and literacy leaders.
- Professor Tim Rasinski Kent State University
- Martin Galway Herts for Learning, English Teaching and Learning Advisor
Reading Recovery Europe (RRE) seminar series
The aim of the RRE seminar series is to provide a forum to discuss key issues in literacy teaching and learning and to connect research to practice.