RRCNA webinars are live presentations that include opportunity for questions and answers. RRCNA webcasts on demand are prerecorded and sent as streaming video to your computer. Some webcast presentations were broadcast earlier as webinars, and some are edited conference presentations by noted speakers.
Webinars produced as part of the Early Literacy Intervention initiative with the U.S. Department of Education are also available for on-demand viewing.
Live webinars and on-demand webcasts provide low-cost, high-quality content for individual learning or small groups. Reading Recovery and early literacy topics are added throughout the year, so check back often.
Meeting Individual Needs in Small Groups (And the Five Shall Become One)
Amy Emmons and LeeAnn Lewellen
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Orchestrating Learning: Letters, Sounds, Words, Continuous Texts
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Common Core Standards and Units of Study, K-6
Both webinars and webcasts require a computer with a high-speed (broadband) connection. DSL lines, a cable company line, or a T1 line are all broadband connections. Dial-up connections through your telephone are slower and do not have enough bandwidth to reliably send streaming video.
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