An Instructional Coach’s Guide to Supporting Phonemic Awareness in the Classroom

Instructional Coach

As an instructional coach, there are many ways you can partner with teachers to help support phonemic awareness in the classroom. In this webinar, former instructional coach and current Heggerty Literacy Specialist Lauren Walsh will share her guide on how participants can support teachers when integrating phonemic awareness skills to help strengthen their core ELA phonics or word study programs within the classroom.

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Lauren Walsh


Lauren Walsh | Literacy Specialist, Heggerty

Lauren Walsh is a certified literacy specialist who has had the honor of working as a kindergarten, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade teacher, reading intervention specialist, literacy and language coach, and adjunct assistant professor. Currently Lauren is working as a Literacy Specialist for Heggerty Phonemic Awareness and as an Integrated Literacy Facilitator for AIM Institute’s Pathways to Proficient Reading. She is also a certified dance fitness instructor and has a passion to engage students through performance and movement to get them excited about the essential components of reading. She lives in Agoura Hills, CA with her husband and their two daughters who love dance parties and "reading with their ears" as much as she does. Follow her journey on Instagram @FUNemic_Awareness and @FunWithLiteracy

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