The Reading Intervention Collaborative is a coaching, training, and support group for Kindergarten through 5th grade educators who work with struggling readers in any capacity (i.e. classroom teacher, reading specialist, interventionist, tutor, etc.).
A membership to the RIC will develop your teachers’ literacy expertise so they can quickly close the gap for struggling readers.
Immediate access to 10+ hours of training videos that explain best practices in reading intervention and teach our “Find the Why,” research-based method that uncovers root causes for reading problems
Biweekly (every other week) group coaching calls live via Zoom; these are also recorded and uploaded to the members’ area in case teachers cannot attend live
24-7 access to our Reading Intervention Community private online forum, where teachers can ask questions and connect with other educators, plus message our on-staff reading specialists
Access to a new, 30-minute reading intervention training each month, so teachers can continue improving their practice and stay up-to-date on the latest reading research (this is in an easy-listen private podcast format, with accompanying handout)
Please note that the Reading Intervention Collaborative is a coaching and professional development group focused on helping struggling readers. Members receive some printable tools for supporting their reading intervention practices, but it is not a full reading intervention program with lesson plans.
Schools and districts looking to purchase memberships for their teachers should contact us directly. Click the button below to complete the contact form. Please include the following information when submitting the form: Point of contact name and email address, school and district name, and how many memberships you’re interested in purchasing.
The Literacy Clubs provide Science of Reading based materials and support for teaching literacy in Kindergarten, first, and second grade. There are separate clubs specifically for Kindergarten and 1st & 2nd grade teachers. When you purchase memberships for your teachers, they’ll receive brand new resources for teaching literacy every single month.
12-15 Decodable Texts and Small Group Lesson Plans
➜ Highly-decodable readers at different difficulty levels – plus small group lesson plans and assessments
➜ These “Planned for You” lessons save teachers tons of time and prep work!
16+ Differentiated Literacy Centers
➜ Activities for phonological awareness, high frequency words, grammar, writing, and more
➜ These activities cover tons of student-friendly topics and will provide engaging practice for multiple literacy skills.
1 Professional Development Training Video
➜ 30 minute training on literacy topics requested by our members – teachers can watch anytime and anywhere
➜ These trainings help teachers stay up-to-date and passionate about teaching, all while taking the PD planning work off of administrators!
1 Private Q&A Zoom Call
➜ Teachers get personalized support from Reading Specialist and Learning At The Primary Pond founder, Alison Ryan.
➜ During the call, she’s available to answer all your teachers’ questions about teaching literacy.
➜ Option to join live or pre-submit a question and watch the recording afterward
The teachers’ resource bank will grow each month that they remain members!
Get on the waitlist now and receive an email notification when the Clubs are accepting new members. Joining the waitlist does not obligate you to purchase.
If you’re an administrator or other school leader, join the waitlist on this page. (Note: If you’re a K-2 classroom teacher, you can join the teacher waitlist here.)
All membership programs were developed by Alison Ryan, M.Ed. Alison has been working in schools since 2005 in a variety of positions, including classroom teacher, reading interventionist, reading specialist, and Director of Curriculum & Instruction. She is trained in the Orton-Gillingham method, SIOP method for working with English language learners, has extensive experience working with struggling readers, and has a master’s degree in literacy leadership.
Alison is also the author of The Phonics Playbook: How to Differentiate Instruction so Students Succeed, which is set to be released in 2024 from Jossey-Bass, a division of Wiley. In addition, Alison and her work have been featured at educational conferences and on multiple podcasts, including: