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In Glean's Research to Practice podcast, we interview education experts from around the world to bring their fascinating findings out from the journal pages and into your classroom.

Glean's Research to Practice Podcast Jessica Hamman

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 23 Ratings

In Glean's Research to Practice podcast, we interview education experts from around the world to bring their fascinating findings out from the journal pages and into your classroom.

    Measuring Data-Based Decision Making

    Measuring Data-Based Decision Making

    In this episode, we chat with Dr. Katie Wolfe, Ph.D., an assistant professor of Early Childhood Special Education in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of South Carolina about data-based decision making.

    • 34 min
    What Reading Teachers Need to Know About Spelling

    What Reading Teachers Need to Know About Spelling

    In this episode, Dr. Carol Moxam shares with us her experience as an SLP running a writing lab for struggling students and discusses what teachers need to know about spelling instruction.

    • 33 min
    Designing a Blueprint for Reading Comprehension Instruction

    Designing a Blueprint for Reading Comprehension Instruction

    In this episode, we chat with Nancy Hennessey about her latest book, the Reading Comprehension Blueprint, and what teachers need to know about teaching this important skill.

    • 35 min
    Coaching Teachers on the Science of reading

    Coaching Teachers on the Science of reading

    Dr. White chats with Glean Education about some key takeaways for successful coaching in literacy instruction.

    • 45 min
    Building Adolescent Comprehension through Content Area Instruction

    Building Adolescent Comprehension through Content Area Instruction

    In this podcast, we chat with Dr. Jade Wexler, Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Maryland, College Park about her research on improving co-teaching outcomes through professional development in comprehension instruction strategies delivered during content-area instruction.

    • 26 min
    Researching Written Expression Measures for Middle Schoolers

    Researching Written Expression Measures for Middle Schoolers

    This podcast episode was sponsored by Heggerty Phonemic Awareness.

































































    What’s Inside: In this episode, we chat with Dr. Adrea Truckenmiller, Assistant Professor at Michigan State University, about her research on screening middle school students in written expression. Dr. Truckenmiller explores how practice and feedback are critical factors in building student’s writing skills and how writing assessment in writing should be added as part of a universal screening protocol to prevent writing difficulties before they arise.





    Dr. Truckenmiller teaches masters and doctoral courses in Special Education, and mentors doctoral student research in the Special Education program and the School Psychology program at Michigan State University. She was also a researcher at the Florida Center for Reading Research where she directed the development of reading and writing screening and diagnostic assessments as well as state-wide professional development to use those assessments to inform differentiated instruction. Prior to that, she was a coach for district-wide positive behavior support and multi-tiered systems of support at the Devereaux Center for Effective Schools Devereux Center for Effective Schools. She is dedicated to exploring the link between assessments and classroom instruction. 







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