Minimizing Summer Slide Through a Collective Impact Model

Monday, April 16, 2018 - 3:00 pm CDT

Children who do not read over the summer can potentially lose more than two months of reading achievement, and unfortunately summer reading loss is cumulative. Keeping students engaged with reading and literacy activities over the summer months can help maintain their academic edge and mitigate learning loss.

In this edWebinar, discover how a collective effort combining schools, community leaders, and local organizations can minimize summer learning loss. Join Elyse August and Caroline Marandino of myON for an interactive presentation where they’ll discuss how everyone can contribute to providing equitable literacy experiences. By supporting resources that engage children in literacy opportunities over the summer, communities can narrow the achievement gap. 

There will be time to get your questions answered after Elyse and Caroline’s presentation. PreK to grade eight educators, reading specialists, literacy leaders, librarians, and administrators will benefit from attending this session. Join us to learn strategies to keep your students engaged in reading and literacy, and minimize the summer slide. 

Participants will earn CE certificates. 

Presented by and sponsored by myON.