60 episodes

READ: Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. READ is hosted by Danielle Gomez, EdD, and produced by The Windward Institute. Learn more at  www.thewindwardschool.org/wi or visit READ's homepage at www.readpodcast.org

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READ: Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. READ is hosted by Danielle Gomez, EdD, and produced by The Windward Institute. Learn more at  www.thewindwardschool.org/wi or visit READ's homepage at www.readpodcast.org

    Nature, Nurture, and Reading Development with Sara Hart, PhD

    Nature, Nurture, and Reading Development with Sara Hart, PhD

    Sara Hart, PhD, joins READ to discuss the role of genes and the environment on reading development and disabilities. Throughout her career, Dr. Hart has investigated child development through an interdisciplinary lens. In this episode, you will learn about Dr. Hart’s studies with twins to understand individual development in reading and math with the goal to inform approaches to education and equity.role as co-PI of The Learning Disabilities Translational Science Collective, focused on t...

    • 49 min
    LEAD on READ: Leadership and School Reform with Sarah Woulfin, PhD

    LEAD on READ: Leadership and School Reform with Sarah Woulfin, PhD

    Dr. Sarah Woulfin, an expert on leadership and school reform, joins the READ Podcast for a LEAD on READ conversation, co-hosted by Dr. Danielle Gomez and Jamie Williamson. Dr. Woulfin outlines effective actions of leaders to enact school reform and shares her expertise on how to sustain change in education. In this episode, you will learn aboutcurriculum coherence, capacity building, and conditions for effective change.key actions of leaders that facilitate support for educational initia...

    • 52 min
    A Window into Reading Research: From Kindergarten to Adolescence with Colby Hall, PhD

    A Window into Reading Research: From Kindergarten to Adolescence with Colby Hall, PhD

    Colby Hall, PhD, shares her research on reading and language from kindergarten through adolescence. Dr. Hall, an assistant professor at University of Virginia, discusses her vast research collaborations spanning across areas of literacy, age groups, and language, providing a window into the research process and offering implications for classroom practice. In this episode, you will learn aboutthe findings from a pilot study involving an integrated reading, writing, and language intervention f...

    • 52 min
    Systematic Approaches to Translating Reading Research with Neena Saha, PhD

    Systematic Approaches to Translating Reading Research with Neena Saha, PhD

    Neena Saha, PhD, joins READ for an illuminating and entrepreneurial discussion about translating research to practice. In this episode, Dr. Saha offers insights on shifting how educators interface with research through an entrepreneurial lens.integrating and broadening the role of technology in sharing research.developing a systematic and explicit approach to the translation of research to practice.Dr. Saha discusses opportunities and challenges for disseminating research more effectivel...

    • 59 min
    Translating Research for Scalable Implementation

    Translating Research for Scalable Implementation

    Join READ host Dr. Danielle Gomez as she offers a perspective on reading research from translation to implementation. She synthesizes key insights from READ guests in 2023, highlights current research from the broader community, and forecasts opportunities and challenges for the future of implementation of research in practice. In this episode, you will learn aboutthe benefits of translating research in education.current frameworks that seek to broaden and deepen our understanding of reading ...

    • 22 min
    Evidence-based Practices for Reading Comprehension with Amy Elleman, PhD

    Evidence-based Practices for Reading Comprehension with Amy Elleman, PhD

    Amy Elleman, PhD, joins the READ Podcast to discuss the evidence supporting reading comprehension development and implications for effective instruction. This episode builds upon previous READ conversations in conceptualizing comprehension as an integration of skills. In this episode, you will learn aboutthe components and processes of reading comprehension.research frameworks applicable for educators of students at any age.evidence-based practices to promote comprehension.interventions for s...

    • 54 min

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