Videos & Webinars

Join webinars and watch videos about evidence-based literacy practices that support school & district leaders.

In this overview video, we introduce the five elements of the framework and explore how these elements can help elementary school leaders.

Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this Virtual Summit explores the L4L Framework as a model for developing essential literacy-related leadership skills.

Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this recorded webinar discusses types of data that inform reading instruction and review the quality indicators of useful data and assessments.

Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this recorded webinar discusses key skills for literacy learning in young learners and resources to support implementation of evidence-based literacy practices.

Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this recorded webinar discusses types of progress monitoring data that inform reading instruction and review the quality indicators of useful data and assessments.
Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this recorded webinar discusses how to support high quality implementation of literacy goals, instructional leadership, and professional development to improve outcomes for students with and without literacy related disabilities.
Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this recorded webinar focused on instructional evidence-based practices aimed at promoting children’s decoding and word reading.

Sponsored in partnership with NAESP, this recorded webinar focuses on promoting children’s language and meaning-level literacy skills in early elementary school.

In this presentation from CEC 2021, staff from the Lead for Literacy Center are joined by staff from three other OSEP-funded Centers to discuss the use of online resources to improve implementation of evidence-based literacy practices within a schoolwide, multi-tiered system of support. 

In this presentation from CEC 2021, staff from the Lead for Literacy Center are joined by staff from NAESP and WETA to discuss the use of online resources to improve implementation of evidence-based literacy practices within a schoolwide, multi-tiered system of support.