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SIPPS Symposium Winter 2021

The Winter 2021 SIPPS Symposium explored best practices in high-quality, structured foundational skills instruction through the lens of the SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) curriculum. 

View recorded sessions from the Symposium to hear from K–12 educators who are implementing SIPPS to swiftly and effectively support students’ mastery of foundational skills.

In these sessions, educators shared about the best practices that underlie high-quality, effective foundational skills instruction, the implications to providing a structured literacy approach to foundational skills, and the outcomes for students as confident, automatic, and accurate readers.

Access the following Symposium sessions: 

  • 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

  • Webinar: K–3 Acceleration: Supporting Students’ Mastery of Foundational Skills with SIPPS featuring Janet Gulden, SISA Coordinator, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District, MN; Gina Pericolosi, Reading Interventionist, Springfield Public Schools, MA; and Jacklyn Wilson, Program Director, Literacy Now

  • Webinar: Grades 4–12 Acceleration: Supporting Students’ Mastery of Foundational Skills with SIPPS featuring Jennifer McMahon, Director of Learning, Livonia Central School District, NY; Jennifer Rios-Alers, Instructional Coach, Greeley-Evans School District 6, CO; Mariko Wesley-Fagundes, Education Specialist, West Sonoma County Union High School District, CA; and Joseph Villarreal, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education, Harlingen CISD, TX
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