Join Margaret Goldberg and Alanna Mednick from the Right to Read Project as they address the science of reading and its translation into easy practice for educators. They break down the Seidenberg and McClelland Four-Part Processing Model and explain how it relates to the simple view of reading. They also reflect on how educators should approach reading as scientists and be ready to teach in a way that may be uncomfortable for a time—the “labor of love” stage of literacy instruction.
“We should anticipate reading difficulties and we should be prepared to be able to address them.” —Margaret Goldberg
“We need to go at the pace of the child and we can’t leave anything up to chance.” —Alanna Mednick
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