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Preventing Summer Learning Loss

When Teachers and Students are Separated: Strategies from research on social presence for teaching at a distance
This infographic features audio clips of Amy Clark and April Fleetwood from Florida Virtual School, Diana Sharp from REL Southeast, and Aimee Whiteside from the University of Tampa discussing a social presence model for building learner connections. » more info

Preventing Summer Learning Loss

Preventing Summer Learning Loss
This infographic presents several areas that should be considered when planning summer learning opportunities. It also also points readers towards REL products that may be used to help guide planning and implementation of summer learning programs and academic interventions. » more info

Onslow County, NC

COVID-19 on the heels of Hurricane Florence
This blog post features tips for using culturally responsive practices to foster learning during school closures and discusses challenges and opportunities for equity in a series of blogs highlighting first-hand experiences from educators working at the school- and district-level across the REL Southeast region. » more info

Seminole County, FL

Helping Families Support Student Learning During the Pandemic
This blog post features Seminole County Public Schools in Florida in a series of blogs highlighting first-hand experiences from educators working at the school- and district-level across the REL Southeast region. » more info

Career Readiness: Preparing the Student

Literacy Coaching Career Readiness: Preparing the Student
This infographic presents two practices from the REL Southeast infographic, Preparing a Career Ready Student, that focus on how parents and educators can help with Preparing the Student for careers.» more info

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What research has been conducted on the efficacy of assessment measures used as admission and/or certification criteria for teachers; and, the differential impact on people of color?
In response to the question, resources that specifically addressed the research that has been conducted on the efficacy of assessment measures used as admission and/or certification criteria for teachers; and, the differential impact on people of color were identified. » more info

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What research has been conducted on best practices in academic planning at the college/university level?
In response to the question, resources that specifically addressed the research that has been conducted on best practices in academic planning at the college/university level were identified. » more info

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What research has been conducted on instructional strategies for teaching students to read digital text?
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What research has been conducted on long-term school closures and the impact on student achievement?
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Latest REL Southeast Newsletter

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Family Activities

Supporting Your Child's Reading at Home

Supporting Your Child's Reading at Home

These videos and activities provide families with information about how to support children as they practice foundational reading skills at home.

Featured Publication

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Kindergarten Teacher’s Guide to Supporting Family Involvement in Foundational Reading Skills

This Kindergarten Teacher's Guide provides information for kindergarten teachers on how to support families as they practice foundational reading skills at home. It serves as a companion to the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade.

Featured Blog Post

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Remembering Social Presence: Higher Education Remote Teaching in COVID-19 Times

This blog post describes how suddenly teaching remotely in a time of crisis, the concept of social presence, or connectedness, becomes even more important.