Science of Reading: The Podcast

S3-04. Plain Talk: Making the Shift to the Science of Reading in Your District

February 24, 2021 Season 3 Episode 4
Science of Reading: The Podcast
S3-04. Plain Talk: Making the Shift to the Science of Reading in Your District
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Science of Reading: The Podcast
S3-04. Plain Talk: Making the Shift to the Science of Reading in Your District
Feb 24, 2021 Season 3 Episode 4

Join leading experts Natalie Wexler, Ernesto Ortiz, Dr. Carolyn Strom, and Susan Lambert for a podcast on making the shift to the science of reading. In this special episode, they discuss how educators can implement the science of reading through an incremental change on all levels, from a classroom to entire districts. Sharing their research and both professional and personal experiences, the panelists share the leadership knowledge, training, and curriculum advice you’ve been looking for. 

Quotes:

”We need to show how research can translate to practice–making it accessible to teachers and deeply connect it to their local reality.” –Dr. Carolyn Strom, Professor of Early Childhood Literacy and Innovation at NYU


“My advice for building leaders: you have the next bigger impact on students after teachers. It’s never too late to start and it’s okay to not know everything.” –Ernesto Ortiz, Principal at McDonald Elementary School, PA

Show notes:
Plain Talk about Literacy and Learning Conference

Ernesto's blog: Decoding Leadership

Carolyn Strom NYU Bio

Natalie's books:
The Knowledge Gap: The hidden cause of America's broken education system--and how to fix it

The Writing Revolution: A Guide to Advancing Thinking Through Writing in All Subjects and Grade

Want to discuss the episode? Join our Facebook group Science of Reading: The Community.

Show Notes

Join leading experts Natalie Wexler, Ernesto Ortiz, Dr. Carolyn Strom, and Susan Lambert for a podcast on making the shift to the science of reading. In this special episode, they discuss how educators can implement the science of reading through an incremental change on all levels, from a classroom to entire districts. Sharing their research and both professional and personal experiences, the panelists share the leadership knowledge, training, and curriculum advice you’ve been looking for. 

Quotes:

”We need to show how research can translate to practice–making it accessible to teachers and deeply connect it to their local reality.” –Dr. Carolyn Strom, Professor of Early Childhood Literacy and Innovation at NYU


“My advice for building leaders: you have the next bigger impact on students after teachers. It’s never too late to start and it’s okay to not know everything.” –Ernesto Ortiz, Principal at McDonald Elementary School, PA

Show notes:
Plain Talk about Literacy and Learning Conference

Ernesto's blog: Decoding Leadership

Carolyn Strom NYU Bio

Natalie's books:
The Knowledge Gap: The hidden cause of America's broken education system--and how to fix it

The Writing Revolution: A Guide to Advancing Thinking Through Writing in All Subjects and Grade

Want to discuss the episode? Join our Facebook group Science of Reading: The Community.