In our first international episode, join The Reading League CEO and President Maria Murray and La Trobe University Professor of Cognitive Psychology Pamela Snow as they reflect on the long history of the science of reading. They’ll explain the true definition of “the science of reading” and explore why this knowledge has not been translated for the practitioners that need it the most—teachers. Our guests will also discuss the pandemic’s silver lining: the opportunity to reflect on instructional practices and how to best support educators and students now, and in the future.
“The science of reading informs approaches in all areas of reading.” —Maria Murray
“We’ve had knowledge for decades that has not been translated for the practitioners that need it the most.” —Pamela Snow
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