EDVIEW 360
Blog Series
Recent Blog Posts
Elementary Literacy Intervention: What You Need to Know This School Year
Posted on September 23, 2021
  • Hannah Irion-Frake

The simple view of reading states that reading comprehension is the product of word recognition and language comprehension. This simple, yet powerful, equation informs both my beginning-of-the-year assessments and the reading interventions I provide for my third-grade students. Since my end goal is reading comprehension, I need to assess and support my students in both their word-recognition skills and their language comprehension abilities

READ MORE
Intensifying Literacy Instruction: COVID’s Silver Lining
Posted on September 14, 2021
  • Marilyn Sprick

During normal times, two groups of students have been at the heart of my literacy work. They are our fragile readers—fragile because they are young and just beginning to read, or fragile because they are older students who haven’t read well for years. As we navigate through these COVID years, we continue to hear messages of hope for these students.

READ MORE
Reading Intervention in Elementary Grades
Posted on September 2, 2021
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Tags
  • Reading Intervention
  • Voyager Passport

As teachers face the prospect of more students struggling with reading, they will be looking for proven approaches to get them up to speed. The good news is that research shows almost all K–5 students who have difficulty learning to read can gain proficiency if they receive literacy intervention developed with evidence-based, research-validated teaching practices.

READ MORE
Back to School: The Need for Independent Reading Practice
Posted on August 19, 2021
  • Hannah Irion-Frake
Tags
  • Voyager Passport

I have often heard third grade described as the year students shift from learning to read to reading to learn. And while there is accuracy to that statement, I have found that third grade feels more like the year we juggle between supporting students who are still learning to read and engaging those who are reading to learn.

READ MORE
Early Childhood Education and the Science of Reading: Recipes to Last a Lifetime
Posted on August 12, 2021
  • Lucy Hart Paulson
Tags
  • LETRS
  • Science of Reading

Who loves good cookies and what are your favorite kinds? As you know, cookies are a collection of ingredients put together following a sequence of steps, resulting in tasty outcomes.

READ MORE
Teaching Reading: Why the "HOW" Is Critical
Posted on July 28, 2021
  • John Alexander, M.Ed.
Tags
  • LANGUAGE Live

When we teach reading, it is imperative that we get it right the first time. If we fail to do so, our students—and, ultimately, society—will suffer.

READ MORE