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Utilizing Writing Instruction to Improve Reading

Tonya Moody

March 18th
at Virtual Event


4:30 pm-6:00 pm



How does the connection between writing and reading play out in classrooms? While we often teach a skill in reading and then apply it in writing, there is a lot of power in flipping that order. As teachers we can make intentional, meaningful connections between writing and reading to increase reading comprehension. By explicitly teaching skills to our writers, we can easily model how that same skill can be applied as readers.

This is the 2nd workshop in a 3-part series, Educators in the Spotlight: Effective Literacy Practices Straight from Classroom Teachers and Leaders. Attend this session for $20 or all three sessions for $50. 


Tonya Moody is a passionate National Board Certified educator with expertise in curriculum, instruction, innovation, reading, and literacy. Her passion and enthusiasm for student-centered learning is apparent in everything she does. She has had many roles in education such as Kindergarten and Second Grade Teacher, Reading Specialist, and Instructional Coach. She is currently serving as Interim Assistant Principal at Westfield Intermediate School in Westfield, Indiana.

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