44 min

S3-12. Fostering accessible instruction for all: DeJunne’ Clark Jackson Science of Reading: The Podcast

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Join DeJunne’ Clark Jackson, Vice President of Program Development for the Center for Development and Learning, as she underscores how to overcome barriers in the delivery of accessible instruction to students. She also urges listeners to recognize and confront bias both inside and outside of the classroom in order to foster better experiences for educators and students. Finally, she leaves us with an anecdote on diversity, equity, and inclusion and speaks on the connection between the Science of Reading and dyslexia.

Quotes:

“The intersection of the Science of Reading and dyslexia is that the Science of Reading is the foundation for what dyslexia therapy is built upon.”

“Access is the core and focus of equity. Bias is the major barrier of diversity. Inclusion is the ultimate goal.”

Resources:

Center for Development and Learning
Plain Talk Conference

Want to discuss the episode? Join our Facebook group Science of Reading: The Community.

Join DeJunne’ Clark Jackson, Vice President of Program Development for the Center for Development and Learning, as she underscores how to overcome barriers in the delivery of accessible instruction to students. She also urges listeners to recognize and confront bias both inside and outside of the classroom in order to foster better experiences for educators and students. Finally, she leaves us with an anecdote on diversity, equity, and inclusion and speaks on the connection between the Science of Reading and dyslexia.

Quotes:

“The intersection of the Science of Reading and dyslexia is that the Science of Reading is the foundation for what dyslexia therapy is built upon.”

“Access is the core and focus of equity. Bias is the major barrier of diversity. Inclusion is the ultimate goal.”

Resources:

Center for Development and Learning
Plain Talk Conference

Want to discuss the episode? Join our Facebook group Science of Reading: The Community.

44 min