Event Pass Information Event Pass TypeQuantity SIPPS Symposium Learning Track 1 Track 1 is complimentary. It is designed for K–12 educators who are unfamiliar with SIPPS and wish to learn how the program aligns with the science of reading. 0 1 2 3 4 5 ABOUT THIS EVENT SIPPS Symposium: Track 1 K–12 Acceleration: Supporting Students' Mastery of Foundational Skills with SIPPS Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Time: 1:00–4:00 PM Eastern Time / 12:00–3:00 PM Central Time / 10:00 AM–1:00 PM Pacific Time About Track 1: Track 1 is designed for K–12 educators who are unfamiliar with SIPPS and wish to learn how the program swiftly and effectively supports students’ mastery of foundational skills. This track is complimentary, but you must register to attend. Space is limited. Agenda: Track 1 registrants will have the opportunity to attend the Opening Keynote, followed by two one-hour introductory webinars: 1:00–2:00 PM Eastern • Opening Keynote All Symposium registrants are invited to attend the Keynote, “Building upon a Strong Foundation: How Foundational Skills Instruction Paves the Way for Future Learning,” by Valentina Contesse of the University of Florida Literacy Institute. 2:00–3:00 PM Eastern • K–3 Acceleration: Supporting Students' Mastery of Foundational Skills with SIPPS In this webinar, we will hear from educators who are implementing SIPPS as a way to swiftly and effectively support K–3 students’ mastery of foundational skills. Educators will share about the best practices that underlie high-quality, effective foundational skills instruction for our youngest students, the implications to providing a structured literacy approach to foundational skills, and the outcomes for students as confident, automatic, and accurate readers. Featured panelists include: Janet Gulden, SISA Coordinator, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District Dale Webster, Chief Academic Officer, CORE Jacklyn Wilson, Program Director, Literacy Now Access handouts for the K–3 webinar here. 3:00–4:00 PM Eastern • 4–12 Acceleration: Supporting Students' Mastery of Foundational Skills with SIPPS We will learn from a panel of educators who are implementing SIPPS as an intervention to effectively accelerate students’ foundational skills mastery in Grades 4–12. The panel will discuss best practices that underlie high-quality, effective intervention instruction for older students in a respectful and accelerative way. We will also explore the implications to providing a structured literacy approach to foundational skills and the outcomes for older students as confident, automatic, and accurate readers. Featured panelists include: Jennifer McMahon, Director of Learning, Livonia Central School District, Livonia, NY Jennifer Rios-Alers, Instructional Coach, Greeley-Evans School District 6, Greeley, CO Mariko Wesley-Fagundes, Education Specialist, West Sonoma County Union High School District, West Sonoma, CA Joseph Villarreal, Assistant Supt of Secondary Education, Harlingen CISD, Harlingen, TX Access handouts for the 4–12 webinar here. Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.