Introduction to SSP - Introductory module: overview of the series
Jocelyn Seamer, an expert in systematic reading instruction, presents this introductory module about systematic synthetic phonics (SSP).
Who is this video for?
Foundation to Year 2 teachers; school leaders.
What will you learn?
An overview of the structure and content for the following four video modules.
How this content links to AITSL standards.
Jocelyn Seamer is a teacher, tutor and school leader with extensive first-hand experience of evidence-informed practice in reading instruction. She leads educators to grow and develop school policy and practice to reflect the principles of the Science of Reading and Learning. She is the author of Reading success in the early primary years (2022); and produces 'The structured literacy podcast'.
In the first module in this series about systematic synthetic phonics (SSP), Jocelyn Seamer, an expert in systematic reading instruction, discusses the research base of structured literacy.
The Literacy Hub provides free, online professional learning to support schools through each step of building a systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) approach for reading and spelling. It includes online reading, free downloadable resources and webinars.
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