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Reading researcher and author Dr. Mark Seidenberg is joined by Dr. Molly Farry-Thorn and a variety of guests to discuss how to bridge the gaps between researchers and educators—with each meeting focusing on a specific topic. These meetings provide an opportunity for a deeper dive into topics that are complicated and require nuance. Another goal is to model how people who disagree about important issues can communicate and learn from each other. Visit our website (seidenbergreading.net/zoom) and check out @SeidenbergRead on twitter to see what else we are thinking about and to connect with us!

Reading Meetings with Mark and Molly Molly Farry-Thorn

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Reading researcher and author Dr. Mark Seidenberg is joined by Dr. Molly Farry-Thorn and a variety of guests to discuss how to bridge the gaps between researchers and educators—with each meeting focusing on a specific topic. These meetings provide an opportunity for a deeper dive into topics that are complicated and require nuance. Another goal is to model how people who disagree about important issues can communicate and learn from each other. Visit our website (seidenbergreading.net/zoom) and check out @SeidenbergRead on twitter to see what else we are thinking about and to connect with us!

    Meeting 12: Reading Meeting with Dr. Julie Washington

    Meeting 12: Reading Meeting with Dr. Julie Washington

    Our twelfth Reading Meeting from June 27th where our guest was Dr. Julie Washington. She is a Professor in the School of Education at the University of California – Irvine (UCI). The conversation focused on the relationship between oral language variation and reading ability as well as issues around instructional practices and poverty. More about past and future meetings, as well as links to the articles referenced, can be found at https://www.seidenbergreading.net/zoom

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Meeting 11: Reading Meeting with Dr. Devin Kearns

    Meeting 11: Reading Meeting with Dr. Devin Kearns

    Our eleventh Reading Meeting from June 13th where our guest was Dr. Devin Kearns. He is an Associate Professor of Special Education in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut (UConn). The conversation focused on Devin's research on syllable types and issues around what research can and cannot tell us. More about past and future meetings can be found at https://www.seidenbergreading.net/zoom

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Meeting 10: Literacy How and Teaching Coaching

    Meeting 10: Literacy How and Teaching Coaching

    Our tenth Reading Meeting from June 6th where our guest was Margie Gillis. She is the president of Literacy How, a research affiliate at Haskins Laboratories, and a Certified Academic Language Therapist. We talked about issues around delivering professional development, dyslexia, and changing higher education. More about past and future meetings can be found at https://www.seidenbergreading.net/zoom

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Meeting 9: Early Literacy Screening

    Meeting 9: Early Literacy Screening

    Our ninth Reading Meeting from May 23rd where our guest was Dr. Nadine Gaab. She is an Associate Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. We talked about issues around early literacy screening, dyslexia, and children's experiences prior to kindergarten. More about past and future meetings can be found at https://www.seidenbergreading.net/zoom

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Meeting 8: What Does Research Tell Us About Spelling Development?

    Meeting 8: What Does Research Tell Us About Spelling Development?

    Our eighth Reading Meeting from May 16th where our guest was Dr. Rebecca Treiman. She is a Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. We talked about how spelling ability develops and the important reciprocal relationship between spelling and reading. More about past and future meetings can be found at https://www.seidenbergreading.net/zoom

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Meeting 7: Reading Simplified and Issues of Instructional Efficiency

    Meeting 7: Reading Simplified and Issues of Instructional Efficiency

    Our seventh Reading Meeting from May 2nd where our guest was Dr. Marnie Ginsberg - founder of Reading Simplified. We talked about the Reading Simplified approach to reading instruction and issues of what and how to teach. More about past and future meetings can be found at https://www.seidenbergreading.net/zoom

    • 1 hr 20 min

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