Upcoming Events for Everyone Reading

 2019 Everyone Reading Annual Conference

March 4 & 5, 2019

CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave. @ 34th Street
New York, NY

 Postmarked ON or BEFORE
February 7, 2019
 Postmarked AFTER
February 7,  2019
  Attendee Student** CUNY
 Attendee Student**
Full - 2 Days  $330  $180  $150     $380
1 Day
 $280  $140  $125    $330 $170  $150
For groups of 5-9 receive a 15% discount - enter code Group5

For groups of 10 or more receive a 20% discount - enter code Group10

All DOE registrations must be done on a PO

**Proof of full-time student status is required.
***Proof of CUNY student status is required.

Ticket Price includes all day access to the Exhibit Hall


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Comprehensive IMSE Orton-Gillingham Training
  Intermediate Training Dates:

February 18 - 21, 2019
April 1 - 5, 2019 
  Comprehensive Training Dates:
July 8 - 12, 2019
August 5 - 9, 2019

 30 Hours 

The Comprehensive Training provides participants with an in-depth understanding of IMSE's Orton-Gillingham methodology over the course of 30 hours. This course is a more traditional OG approach that focuses primarily on phonological awareness and phonics (along with encoding/decoding). Participants will also discuss how to teach fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension using the OG philosophy of multi-sensory, sequential, direct instruction. This approach can be incorporated into an already existing literacy program as well as stand alone.

This course is primarily geared towards elementary aged students and/or students who have very little knowledge of phonological awareness, phonics, basic literacy skills. This course is applicable for all three tiers of RTI. Therefore, the course is for:

  • K-2 General Education Teachers as well as 3rd grade emergent readers
  • Lower Elementary Special Education Teachers 
  • Lower Elementary Title 1 Teachers, Literacy Coaches 
  • Tutors
  • Speech Language Therapists who want to expand their knowledge in literacy 
  • Lower Elementary English Language Learners (ELL) 
  • Anyone who wants to expand and enrich their knowledge in the foundation of the English language. 

Participants will learn:

  • How to administer IMSE informal criterion referenced assessments
  • Phonological awareness assessment and strategies
  • Multi-sensory strategies for reading, writing and spelling phonetic and non phonetic words
  • Seven syllable types and 4 syllable patterns for encoding / decoding
  • Explicit, multi-sensory strategies for teaching fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension
  • Guidelines for weekly lesson plans
Materials Provided:
  • IMSE Comprehensive Training and Assessment Manual
  • Recipe for Reading by Bloom and Traub
  • IMSE Comprehensive Syllable Division Word Book
  • Phonological Awareness: Assessment Tools & Strategies by Zgonc
  • IMSE Phoneme Grapheme Card Pack
  • IMSE Syllable Division Cards
  • IMSE Interactive OG (online lesson planning tool) One year subscription (additional years will require a renewal fee)

IMSE OG Weekly

In addition to the above materials, participants who complete the training will automatically be eligible to receive OG Weekly, IMSE's email support series designed to provide continuing guidance after the completion of your training.
February 18-21
Intermediate Training 

April 1-5
Intermediate Training 
July 8 - 12
Comprehensive Training 
August 5-9
Comprehensive Training 


The 'Magic' of Explicit Instruction with Anita Archer

WHEN:         Saturday, March 9, 2019
TIME:           9:00 am to 3:00 pm – (5 NYSED CTLE Hours)
TUITION:     $100
WHERE:      Everyone Reading - 11 Broadway-Suite 868, New York, NY 10004 

The magic of effective teaching is in the quality of instruction, not in the newest fad. Anita Archer will discuss her practice of explicit instruction, exploring the strength of clear lesson purposes; structured lessons with an introduction, body and closing; embedded formative assessment; active participation; effective feedback; and judicious practice. When these elements are consistently and effectively used, learning results.
Tell Me about It:
Oral Language Development through
Phonological Awareness, Visual Literacy and Storytelling

WHEN: 4/24/19 and 4/25/19
TIME: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The National Museum of the American Indian
1 Bowling Green
NY, NY 10004
FEE: *$100.00 plus $45.00 to NYCDOE
INSTRUCTOR: Lavinia Mancuso
# of SESSIONS: 2

*The price is $100 to Everyone Reading and $45 to the New York City Department of Education through the ASPDP website. Participants will receive 12 CTLE hours. Those registered with ASPDP will also receive one P-credit towards a salary differential.
Link to ASPDP


Kendore Learning
Multisensory Strategies for the Classroom

Saturday, May 4; 9am-4pm
Tuition: $225 (6.5 NYSED CTLE hours.)
Location: Everyone Reading, Inc., 11 Broadway – Suite 868, New York, NY 10004


Research shows that when we engage the senses of our students, they are more likely to remember what they are taught. In this lively one-day workshop, Kendore Learning will provide practical ideas, multisensory games, and activities to make instruction efficient and effective. You will learn unforgettable visual, auditory, and kinesthetic strategies you can put into place immediately to meet each child where they are and bring instruction to life.

Kendore Learning’s multisensory strategies and games can easily be layered onto your existing teaching platform to make learning memorable and efficient for your students. With each activity we present, we will discuss the research that not only supports the subject matter taught, but also supports the connection between multisensory teaching and working/phonological memory. You will leave Multisensory Strategies for the Classroom understanding not only how to teach in a multisensory way, but why multisensory learning and reinforcement is crucial for all readers.

This workshop will be engaging and participatory. Attendees will be “students” and will actively take part in the activities and games we will introduce.


SRSD (Self-Regulated Strategy Development)
Two-Day Workshop

May 15 and 16, 2019 
9:00 am – 3:30 pm
$495 (including materials)

Power Routines for Writing Instruction that Work for ALL Students!

Make writing your students favorite time of day! Learn latest, cutting-edge, evidence-based practices known to help all writers, particularly those who struggle. Discover how key elements of Self-Regulated Strategy Development, along with the wider research on how to effectively teach all aspects of writing, can enable every student to succeed in expressing ideas and then to seamlessly transfer it to other settings. Equip your writers with a powerful tool kit, clear strategies, and the self-regulation that strong writers possess. Promote positive social emotional learning that builds an “I can do it!”, strategic, and goal-focused attitude. The routines taught in this course include explicitly analyzing exemplars of strong writing models, so students understand what good writing looks like. They will also learn strategies for planning and revision, and how to use these independently through a gradual release instructional model. Additionally, learn how to progress monitor writing and use these formative assessments to support your students in setting and pursuing their own writing goals.

While lessons and full unit plans are available, this is not a separate program but a pedagogy meant to be combined with however you already teach writing. See standardized assessment data and student-writing samples that show significant gains made with these practices. This approach has been adopted by 40,000 teachers across Tennessee, as well as the full state of West Virginia, a growing number of NYC DOE and independent schools, and in schools across the states of Connecticut, Michigan and Massachusetts.
  • Instructors: Pooja Patel and Amanda Rhea
  • Tuition $495.00, including all materials.
    (12 NYSED CTLE hours for the entire two-day workshop)