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Science of Reading: The Podcast

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Science of Reading: The Podcast will deliver the latest insights from researchers and practitioners in early reading. Via a conversational approach, each episode explores a timely topic related to the science of reading.

Latest Episodes

A conversation with Tim Rasinski

Susan and Tim Rasinski, author of The Megabook of Fluency: Strategies and Texts to Engage All Readers, discuss his work at the reading clinic at Kent State University, the aspects of good fluency instruction, what constitutes fluency, and how reading speed is correlated to word recognition and automaticity. He stresses the importance of fluency and finding ways to be artful while teaching reading.

41 MIN2019 NOV 26
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A conversation with Tim Rasinski

A conversation with Emily Hanford

Susan sits down with education reporter and host of the Education Post podcast, Emily Hanford, examines the big takeaways from her experience on reporting on dyslexia, patterns that emerged from her investigating, the science of reading and why schools don’t align with it more, the theory of how reading works, and the evolution of balanced literacy, phonics instruction and whole language.

40 MIN2019 NOV 13
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A conversation with Emily Hanford

A conversation with Robert Pondiscio

Robert shares what inspired him to embark upon his esteemed career path and how we must acknowledge and address that children come to school from different places and backgrounds along their language trajectory in our schools. Susan and Robert discuss the latest in education reform, the knowledge gap, how it is only going to get larger as kids move through grades, the limited time we have to correct it, and how to start doing so.

41 MIN2019 OCT 30
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A conversation with Robert Pondiscio

A conversation with Natalie Wexler

Susan and Natalie dive into her latest book, The Knowledge Gap, and discusses the lack of equity among students, the multi-faceted approach to the benefits of knowledge-based curriculum inside and beyond the classroom, why it’s important to teach build knowledge while teaching foundational skills, why professional development doesn’t seem to be making a difference and how it can be improved, and more.

37 MIN2019 OCT 16
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A conversation with Natalie Wexler

About Science of Reading: The Podcast

Welcome to Science of Reading: The Podcast! We bring educators the latest insights from researchers and practitioners in early reading. We believe equity in education begins with reading science.

11 MIN2019 OCT 15
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About Science of Reading: The Podcast
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Latest Episodes

A conversation with Tim Rasinski

Susan and Tim Rasinski, author of The Megabook of Fluency: Strategies and Texts to Engage All Readers, discuss his work at the reading clinic at Kent State University, the aspects of good fluency instruction, what constitutes fluency, and how reading speed is correlated to word recognition and automaticity. He stresses the importance of fluency and finding ways to be artful while teaching reading.

41 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
A conversation with Tim Rasinski

A conversation with Emily Hanford

Susan sits down with education reporter and host of the Education Post podcast, Emily Hanford, examines the big takeaways from her experience on reporting on dyslexia, patterns that emerged from her investigating, the science of reading and why schools don’t align with it more, the theory of how reading works, and the evolution of balanced literacy, phonics instruction and whole language.

40 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
A conversation with Emily Hanford

A conversation with Robert Pondiscio

Robert shares what inspired him to embark upon his esteemed career path and how we must acknowledge and address that children come to school from different places and backgrounds along their language trajectory in our schools. Susan and Robert discuss the latest in education reform, the knowledge gap, how it is only going to get larger as kids move through grades, the limited time we have to correct it, and how to start doing so.

41 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
A conversation with Robert Pondiscio

A conversation with Natalie Wexler

Susan and Natalie dive into her latest book, The Knowledge Gap, and discusses the lack of equity among students, the multi-faceted approach to the benefits of knowledge-based curriculum inside and beyond the classroom, why it’s important to teach build knowledge while teaching foundational skills, why professional development doesn’t seem to be making a difference and how it can be improved, and more.

37 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
A conversation with Natalie Wexler

About Science of Reading: The Podcast

Welcome to Science of Reading: The Podcast! We bring educators the latest insights from researchers and practitioners in early reading. We believe equity in education begins with reading science.

11 MIN2019 OCT 15
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About Science of Reading: The Podcast
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