@ILAToday Literacy Leadership Brief: Children Experiencing Reading Difficulties

Today is a day to celebrate another #ILA Literacy Leadership Brief.  This one is titled Children Experiencing Reading Difficulties: What We Know and What We Can Do and it has many implications for students, teachers, and school communities.

In its entirety . . . here

As announced by @ILAToday . . .

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What are your takeaways? 

What did this affirm? 

What questions remain?

Where are you sharing this?




Additional ILA Resources:  Link

NCTE Position Statements: Link

NCTE:  Act of Reading: Instructional Foundations and Policy Guidelines  link

Reading Recovery: Responding to the Reading Wars Link  

Reading Recovery: Offering a preventative intervention for young children learning literacy. psychologytoday.com/us/blog/psyche…

Richard Allington “The Hidden Push for Phonics Instruction” (TN Literacy Journal) tiny.cc/s6hbhz

Lucy Calkins:  No One Gets to Own the Term “The Science of Reading” – Link

Paul Thomas – Mississippi Miracle or Mirage?  Link

2 responses

  1. Fran, your critical reading protocol/posts have been so helpful of the last few days! Thank you for sharing them. I was wondering if you or any of your colleagues were aware of any other modes of media where truth about reading is being published. For example, most have been in print (examples: NCTE, ILA, etc…). I am wondering if you know of any podcasts and/or videos that I could share with colleagues. Some have listened to the SoR podcasts and interviews and have requested other information in the same media (long commutes).

    1. Jennifer,
      Thanks so much.
      Lucy Calkins just had an EdWeek webinar today about Leading Well. There are individual videos around several Heinemann, Stenhouse, and Corwin PD books.

      This one of Regie Routman is amazing. It’s Teach Me Teacher podcasts.
      Part 1
      https://teachmeteacherpodcast.com/2019/12/02/140-we-teach-kids-not-data-points-talking-equity-with-regie-routman-pt-1/

      Part 2 https://teachmeteacherpodcast.com/2019/12/09/141-whats-wrong-and-how-to-fix-it-equity-with-regie-routman-pt-2/

      Let me think about other possibilities.

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