Science of Reading: The Brain as a Pattern Detector

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Skaneateles Library
Library Hall

Event Details

Session Three:  The Brain as a Pattern Detector
Did you know over 90% of the English language is decodable? Learn why the belief that English has “too many exceptions” is actually unfounded. This session is sure to up your Wordle game!

Registration requested. 

This series of six classes will explore how the brain learns to read, the systemic problems that are the root cause of the literary crisis in our country, and what you can do at home to support instruction in school. This series is perfect for parents, caregivers, tutors and other community members interested in diving into the topic of how we learn to read.

Sessions will be led by Kelli Johnson, a former teacher and expert in reading education and community engagement. 

Participants are encouraged but not required to attend all sessions and have the option to join either virtually via Zoom or in-person at the library. Click here to join via Zoom.

The Science of Reading community workshop series is presented with support from the Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County. 

Event Type(s): Education, Lectures
Age Group(s): Adults, Seniors
Mary Beth Schwartzwalder
(315) 685-5135

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