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Helping Students with Dyslexia: Utilizing the Data on Hand
Posted on November 10, 2022
  • Dr. Matthew Burns
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  • Dyslexia

In 2016, Missouri joined the growing list of states that required school districts to screen for dyslexia and to better support students diagnosed with or at risk for developing a reading disability.

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Math Standards, Research, and the Making of an Intervention Curriculum
Posted on October 27, 2022
  • John Woodward, Ph.D.
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  • Math Standards

One of the most consistent refrains I have heard in my career as a math educator is, “Where is the research for that?”

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Getting Reading Fluency Instruction Right
Posted on October 12, 2022
  • Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D.

All teachers responsible for providing reading instruction to their students are likely aware of the importance of fluency.

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The Power of Print: What—and How—Should Students Read?
Posted on September 29, 2022
  • Dr. Louisa Moats
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  • reading

Selecting reading material for instructional purposes has always been a job I have enjoyed. In professional development with teachers (e.g., in LETRS®), the text readings we have preferred for analysis are linguistically challenging, thematically engaging, and somewhat provocative.

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Future Ready Literacy: As a Leader, How Do You Implement Schoolwide Culture Change?
Posted on September 22, 2022
  • Thomas Murray

As a previous secondary and elementary principal, and elementary teacher, I understand firsthand the importance of helping every child learn to read proficiently, and how to intervene when children don’t have the literacy skills needed by third to fifth grades.

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Building a Reading-Writing Connection in the Classroom
Posted on September 8, 2022
  • Hannah Irion-Frake

Writing is important in its own right but it’s also a powerful tool for the development of reading.

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