54 episodes

Hosted by Pam Austin and Greg Hullett, these discussions will feature dialogues with experienced educators, inspiring thought leaders, social media influencers, and leading education innovators.

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    • 4.8 • 39 Ratings

Hosted by Pam Austin and Greg Hullett, these discussions will feature dialogues with experienced educators, inspiring thought leaders, social media influencers, and leading education innovators.

    Phonics Routines to Love! What Literacy Coaches (and Educators Alike) Need to Know

    Phonics Routines to Love! What Literacy Coaches (and Educators Alike) Need to Know

    We know students thrive on routine, but how does the concept of routine work in the classroom setting during phonics instruction? Join us as we explore what the ideal classroom environment should look like, sound like, and be like during foundational skills lessons. Picture this: Students eagerly engaged in activities like listening, repeating, decoding, encoding, and applying skills to text.Jessica Farmer of Farmer Loves Phonics will highlight several routines for different aspects of the pr...

    • 23 min
    Evidence-Aligned Reading Instruction: Transforming Your School or District

    Evidence-Aligned Reading Instruction: Transforming Your School or District

    School change is hard…but it can be done! Join us as we talk about what it takes to transform a school’s culture of practice to be more aligned with the scientific evidence base on reading, and why it’s worth the effort. Dr. Heidi Beverine-Curry of The Reading League will share how a single school or entire district can transition successfully to teaching reading based on science, and how that transition can dramatically improve overall literacy and student outcomes.Join us as we discuss:What...

    • 35 min
    What’s Missing from K–2 Reading Instruction?

    What’s Missing from K–2 Reading Instruction?

    We know from decades of rigorous research how students learn to read and how they should be taught. Nevertheless, many elements of evidence-based reading instruction are missing from K–2 classrooms. Join this fascinating and applicable discussion with one of education’s most respected researchers, Dr. Barbara Foorman, as she shares the research-based facts about what is often missing and how to rectify that in the school or classroom.Dr. Foorman will share a range of helpful curriculum specif...

    • 30 min
    Oral Language and Reading Skills

    Oral Language and Reading Skills

    In this conversation, Dr. Pamela Snow will discuss oral language in early childhood and across the school years, with a focus on its importance and role in developing, and being developed by, reading skills. She will also discuss the importance of applying public health principles to early reading instruction, to maximize success for all through evidence-based reading instruction and support.Language and literacy are a two-way street that is not always well understood. Oral language abilities...

    • 53 min
    Boosting Beginning Reading: Strategic Reading Reinforcement

    Boosting Beginning Reading: Strategic Reading Reinforcement

    Join us for this interesting conversation with our guest Literacy Expert Susan Ebbers who will share the research and strategies surrounding learning to read.Ebbers will illustrate how research supports the entwining of phonology, orthography, morphology, and vocabulary when teaching children to read, and to read more capably and with greater comprehension; and how this type of multidimensional approach is even more effective when integrated within the context of phrases, sentences, passages,...

    • 46 min
    Reading Science and Teaching Literacy to English Learners: Conceptual and Practical Implications

    Reading Science and Teaching Literacy to English Learners: Conceptual and Practical Implications

    Join us for this lively and informative discussion between two literacy powerhouses. Dr. Claude Goldenberg, a bilingual literacy expert and author, and Dr. Louisa Moats, author of Speech to Print, Spellography, and creator of LANGUAGE! Live® and LETRS®, as they explore the universals for teaching children to read in any language. What does reading science tell us about how students learn to read in a language other than their own? Is there a science of reading instruction that is applicable a...

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Conradclan8 ,

Invaluable Content

Excellent podcast for all things literacy. Up to date instructional practices based on current research. Educational practitioners interviewed are truly experts in their fields.

Highly recommend.

Just the FACS ,

Laura Stewart on handwriting

Excellent interview. Great insight and resources. I’m going to incorporate Laura’s points into a study skills/note taking unit.

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