Top educators, authors, and literacy experts answer questions from teachers.
AAPI Voices in the Classroom
Jessica Velasco, a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Educator and Consultant, joins Patty McGee for a look at today’s classroom through an AAPI lens. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
Equity and the Sciences of Reading
Patty McGee and Dr. Rachael Gabriel discuss the intersection of equity and the Sciences of Reading. They explore research-based strategies for differentiated instruction that supports literacy achievement for every student. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
The Sciences of Reading and Small-Group Instruction
Dr. Adria Klein and Patty McGee discuss how small-group instruction advances the Sciences of Reading by enabling flexibility, providing opportunities for observation and assessment, and bolstering responsive teaching that meets all learners’ needs. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
A Practical Approach to the Sciences of Reading
What are we learning about how children learn to read?
And how does that inform our instructional practices or accelerate student learning?
Join Dr. C.C. Bates and Patty McGee as they discuss where theory meets practice in the literacy classroom.
Learn more at TeacherTalkShop.com.
The Sciences of Reading and the Whole Child
Understanding the evolving research about how children learn is critical in bolstering reading success. Dr. Rachael Gabriel and Dr. Peter Afflerbach discuss the intersection of The Sciences of Reading and motivation, engagement, and self-efficacy and how it informs best instructional practices. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
During challenging times, joyful stories are more important than ever.
Christine Taylor-Butler, author of more than 80 books and stories for young people, shares the importance of positive stories that affirm identity and provide uplifting experiences.
Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.