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The Key to Recovery: Mastering Challenging Reading and Math Skills
If learning is a staircase, then all steps are not created equal. In both reading and math, some skills are extraordinarily difficult for students to master, and these “Trip Steps” can cause a stumble in learning.

Join this NCEA webinar to gain insight into Trip Steps and their important role in accelerating Catholic students’ learning this year and beyond. You’ll discover:

• How these essential yet challenging skills were identified
• Which grade levels have the most Trip Steps for reading and for math
• How to focus instruction and practice on mastery of these essential skills
• How identifying and addressing Trip Steps in a rigorous curriculum improves student outcomes
• How administrators, teachers, and families can use their knowledge of Trip Steps to guide greater student growth


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Julie Vogel
Vice President of Catholic and Private Schools @Renaissance
She has served as a teacher, elementary school principal, professor and associate dean. She was formerly Director of Instructional Services in the Archdiocese of Portland and Superintendent of Schools in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
Jan Bryan
Vice President and National Education Officer @Renaissance
She has 20 years of classroom and university teaching experience, and she presents regularly on formative assessment, literacy development and teacher expertise. She is a contributor to the book Literacy Reframed: How a Focus on Decoding, Vocabulary, and Background Knowledge Improves Reading Comprehension (2020).