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.
Linking Listening and Reading Comprehension in Literacy Instruction
This podcast episode was sponsored by Heggerty Phonemic Awareness.
Listen in as we talk to Dr. Young-Suk Grace Kim, Ed.D., professor and senior associate dean of the School of Education at the University of California, Irvine about the importance of listening comprehension in developing skilled readers.
In this podcast, we talk about her recent journal article, The Relations of Online Reading Processes (Eye Movements) with Working Memory, Emergent Literacy Skills, and Reading Proficiency.
Dr. Kim received her doctorate in education from Harvard University. Dr. Kim received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) by President Barack Obama in 2012; and the Developing Scholar Award and University Teaching Award at the Florida State University. She currently serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Educational Psychology, and will be the incoming Editor-in-Chief for the Scientific Studies of Reading.
Her career has included classroom teaching in San Francisco, California, and pre-service teacher training. Professor Kim’s primary research areas include language, cognition, and literacy acquisition and instruction across languages and writing systems. Her research has been supported by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), the U. S. Department of Education, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
On the Science of Reading Facebook Group: A PLN & Movement
In this episode, we chat with Donna Hejtmanek, the founder of the Science of Reading Facebook Group, and one of the group's moderators, Pam Kastner, about how the group formed and how it supports its members.
Do State Laws on Universal Screening Make a Difference in Dyslexia Identification?
In this podcast, we chat with Dr. Tim Odegard about his research on universal screening data from three states with dyslexia screening laws.
How to Make Sight Word Instruction and Reading Intervention More Effective
In this episode, Dr. Katharine Pace Miles, Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Education at Brooklyn College, City University of New York. Her research focuses on many different areas of literacy instruction including orthographic facilitation, sight word learning, assessment, and developmentally appropriate, highly engaging, explicit literacy instruction for emerging readers.
The Effort to Make Brain Scans Open Source
In this episode, we chat with Dr. James Booth and Marisa Lytle about their work at Vanderbilt University to make over 3000 brain imaging data sets available through Open Neuro to support reading and math development research.
The Intersection Between Literacy Instruction and Social Justice
In this episode, we chat with Dr. Maryanne Wolf, Director of the UCLA Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners, and Social Justice about the intersection between literacy instruction and social justice.
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