A Window into Reading Research: From Kindergarten to Adolescence with Colby Hall, PhD
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by The Windward Institute
1M ago
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 about the findings from a pilot study involving an integrated reading, writing, and language intervention for kindergarteners a current study that integrates professional development, technology, and literacy ..read more
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Systematic Approaches to Translating Reading Research with Neena Saha, PhD
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2M ago
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 effectively and efficiently to teachers in all classrooms. Do you want to learn more from this episode or ..read more
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Evidence-based Practices for Reading Comprehension with Amy Elleman, PhD
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by The Windward Institute
4M ago
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 about the components and processes of reading comprehension. research frameworks applicable for educators of students at any age. evidence-based practices to promote comprehension. interventions for students who experience comprehension breakdowns. Dr. Elleman offers feasible and applicable insig ..read more
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How to… Integrate Background Knowledge and Writing into Reading Instruction with Sonia Cabell, PhD
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by The Windward Institute
6M ago
Sonia Cabell, PhD, joins the READ Podcast for the 50th episode! In this conversation, Dr. Cabell and Danielle discuss the integrated and interdependent nature of reading, oral language, background knowledge, and writing. Dr. Cabell cites her research on content-rich instruction and offers numerous effective practices for classroom instruction. Educators, bring a pen and your plan book as Dr. Cabell offers insights and resources for immediate classroom application. Do you want to learn more from this episode or past READ episodes? Visit readpodcast.organd the Episode #50 homepage for host Dani ..read more
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Dyslexia in Focus: Dr. Devin Kearns on Effective Reading Instruction
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6M ago
The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy.  This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Devin Kearns from Episode 5. In this bookmark, you will learn more about: pervasive myths about dyslexia facts about the signs and markers of dyslexia examples of effective evidence-based reading practices that are necessary for ..read more
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Dyslexia in Focus: Dr. Hugh Catts on Screening and Identification
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6M ago
The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy.  This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Hugh Catts from Episode 18. In this bookmark, you will learn more about: markers of dyslexia current research examining the risks of reading disabilities implications for screening and intervention You can listen to the full con ..read more
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Dyslexia in Focus: Dr. Carolyn Strom on the Reading Brain
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6M ago
The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy.  This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Carolyn Strom from Episode34. In this bookmark, you will learn about: the brain's neuroplasticity the reading process in the brain You can listen to the full conversation with Dr. Strom,  on Episode 34, "What Every Educator ..read more
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LEAD on READ: Networking for Impact in Education with Cheryl Cook
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7M ago
In this LEAD on READ episode, co-hosts Danielle Scorrano and Jamie Williamson interview Cheryl Cook, the executive director of The Association of LD Schools (ALDS). ALDS is a formal community for schools that educate students with learning differences like dyslexia.  This episode invites READers to learn about the benefits of networking in education for building relationships, sharing resources, and inspiring each other. how collaboration fosters communities of advocacy in LD schools. Simply put, “we are stronger together.” why alignment of personal and organizational values matters in e ..read more
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Structured, Integrated, Inclusive: Reading Instruction for English Learners with Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, EdD
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by The Windward Institute
8M ago
The 2023 National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) report on elementary reading instruction demonstrates how little teacher preparation programs spend on building teacher skills to support English Language Learners. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, EdD, joins READ to shares her expertise in integrating structured literacy with cultural and linguistic diversity to support English Language Learners.  READ listeners will learn about the structure of the reading brain across languages. importance of vocabulary and background knowledge in order to build schema and connections. the reading-writing conn ..read more
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Exploring Whole Child Approaches to Reading with Yaacov Petscher, PhD
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by The Windward Institute
9M ago
Yaacov Petscher, PhD, joins the READ Podcast to discuss whole child approaches to reading and child development, seeking to explore, “what works for whom under what conditions?” Dr. Petscher explains the role of research in testing ecological models and specific factors that may inform why children vary in their reading and language development. He specifically refers to his current work in understanding trauma and reading development, citing his Reach Every Reader study with Dr. Hugh Catts. Dr. Petscher and Danielle engage in a discussion on the benefits of translational science, offering ins ..read more
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