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Dr. Jean Stockard
Dr. Jean Stockard
Author, quantitative sociologist, and professor emerita, University of Oregon
Direct Instruction: The Power to Change it All
February 13, 2024

Substantial proportions of our nation’s students do not meet even basic levels of academic proficiency.

  • Direct Instruction
 
Susan Ebbers
Susan Ebbers
Literacy Expert and Author of Power Readers, Supercharged Readers, and Vocabulary Through Morphemes
Learning To Read Is Arguably the Most Important Work A Child Will Do. Give Them the Gear They Need to Succeed.
February 6, 2024

Give learners a map, a walking stick, and a flashlight. Shine a light on the phonetic patterns within words.

  • Decodable Readers
  • Reading
 
Brittany Kay
Brittany Kay
Elementary Literacy, Instructional Services
Hello, Syllabication! A Key Focus for Older Students
January 25, 2024

Have you noticed one of your older students struggling with the pronunciation of longer, more complex words?

  • Syllabication
 
Dr. Stephanie Stollar
Dr. Stephanie Stollar
Founder of Stephanie Stollar Consulting L.L.C.
and creator of The Reading Science Academy
Why A Triangle?
January 4, 2024

Have you wondered why the image representing the Multitier System of Supports (MTSS) model is shaped like a triangle not a rectangle, circle, or oval?

  • MTSS
 
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The Reading, Writing, and Math Intervention Specialist
‘The’ Topic of the Year: 2023 Year in Review From EDVIEW360
December 8, 2023

This was the year it seemed that everyone was talking about the Science of Reading! Even though it’s a body of research that began fifty years ago, this was the year it broke through as one of the most talked-about topics in education.

  • Science of Reading
  • SoR
 
Hannah Irion-Frake
Hannah Irion-Frake
Third-Grade Public School Teacher
The Path to Comprehension: The Connection Between Vocabulary and Background Knowledge
November 13, 2023

I have a favorite teacher quote from the book, Thank You, Mr. Falker, by Patricia Polacco. This is the first book I read with my third-grade students each year.

  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary