Research in the science of reading is expanding in breadth and depth, and the data points to important changes in classroom instructional practice and materials. The challenge for frontline classroom teachers is translating that research data into sequential, explicit literacy instruction to ensure all students build the foundational skills they need to read proficiently at grade level. In this episode of Literacy Talks, our trio of literacy educators gives teachers the practical insights and tips to put reading research to work, helping students achieve reading milestones. It’s a powerful connection between the “why’s” in reading science research and the “how’s” in the classroom.
Season 1, Episode 9