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Jessica Farmer
Jessica Farmer
Farmer Loves Phonics
Phonics Routines to Love! What Literacy Coaches (and All Educators) Need to Know
June 20, 2024

We know explicit, systematic phonics is an essential pillar for beginning readers.

  • Phonics
Amie Burkholder
Amie Burkholder
Literacy Edventures
Phonics Road Map: 5 Essential Strategies for Effective Instruction
June 6, 2024

Do you find phonics instruction to be a bit like navigating a maze? You're not alone.

  • Phonics
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The Reading, Writing, and Math Intervention Specialist
Evidence-Aligned Reading Instruction: Transforming Your School or District
May 16, 2024

Although science of reading research dates back 50 years, there are still educators, publishers, legislators, and state policy experts who don’t understand the importance of aligning reading instruction with evidence-based research.

  • Reading Instruction
Susan Ebbers
Susan Ebbers
Literacy Expert and Author of Power Readers and Supercharged Readers
Thunder and Lightning: Sound and Meaning in a Morphophonemic Language
May 2, 2024

The English spelling system, or orthography, is morphophonemic, representing linguistic information about how to pronounce a word (phonemic) and how to determine its meaning and usage (morphemic).

  • Morphophonemic Language
Dr. Barbara Foorman
Dr. Barbara Foorman
Emerita professor of education, emerita director, Florida Center for Reading Research, Florida State University
What’s Missing From K–2 Reading Instruction?
April 18, 2024

During the 40 years I’ve taught, observed, and studied beginning reading instruction, I’ve survived various renditions of the Reading Wars—whole language vs. phonics, balanced literacy, guided reading, and now the science of reading.

  • Reading Instruction
Jason Dehart
Dr. Jason DeHart
Teacher, Wilkes Central High School, Wilkesboro, NC
Practical Steps From Theory for Helping Middle and High School Readers
April 4, 2024

If your experience is like mine, reading the title of this post brings to mind many names and faces of students I have worked with over the years