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Too often, schools do not have enough highly trained staff to meet the demand of students who require intervention. Consider leveraging all human resources as a solution! It is often more cost-effective to train paraprofessionals than hire Reading Coaches or similar job-types. Most schools, especially those who receive Federal Title I funds, staff classes with paraprofessionals, or instructional aides. With the right training and support in research-based materials, paraprofessionals can become highly qualified individuals who are a key component in improving a school’s literacy outcomes.

Why Choose Schools Cubed

Systems, Structures and the Science of Reading are the key ingredients in all highly-performing schools.

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SYSTEMS

Strong SYSTEMS ensure effective collaboration and give teachers the data they need to measure progress and performance.

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STRUCTURES

Successful schools have STRUCTURES place to ensure school days are learning-focused and maximize instructional time.

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SCIENCE OF READING

High-performing schools know and use instructional strategies based on the SCIENCE OF READING to achieve exceptionally high outcomes for students.

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ARE YOU READY TO RAISE READING ACHIEVEMENT FOR YOUR STUDENTS?

Contact Schools Cubed:

303.870.7078

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why focus on leadership

School leadership is second to teaching among school-related factors in its impact on student learning, according to research.

 

Moreover, principals strongly shape the conditions for high-quality teaching and are the prime factor in determining whether teachers stay in high-needs schools.  High-quality principals, therefore, are vital to the effectiveness of our nation’s public schools, especially those serving the children with the fewest advantages in life. (Wallace Found).

HOW CHILDREN LEARN TO READ

PARAPROFESSIONAL EDITION

It is critical for any adult who engages with children on their journey to becoming a reader to understand the Science of Reading. When equipped with the “why”, it becomes seamless to train paraprofessionals in any research-based literacy intervention.

Suggested Training Options:

COACHING AND MODELING

A Schools Cubed Consultant works in partnership with literacy leadership at each school to provide individual support for each paraprofessional through modeling and coaching. A transfer of responsibility is achieved once the paraprofessionals have demonstrated that there is high fidelity to the intervention resource, and instructional decisions are made to meet needs on individual students in the small group.

Training Options:

COACHING AND MODELING

A Schools Cubed Consultant works in partnership with literacy leadership at each school to provide individual support for each paraprofessional through modeling and coaching. A transfer of responsibility is achieved once the paraprofessionals have demonstrated that there is high fidelity to the intervention resource, and instructional decisions are made to meet needs on individual students in the small group.

Training Options: