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classroom community guidelines - students, teachers .. school iPads, BYO... cell phone, smartphone .. k-2 remote .. science of reading phonics . learn more... reading . reading #RightToRead science of reading 'learning to read"

2023.7.16 sci of reading .. whole group not differentiation for many skills . intensification in small group interleave feedback .. mastery . acquisition understand accuracy . fluency . generalization . adaptation indirect observation use n writing .. small group instruction . center practice . whole group instruction modification prompts intervention . anita archer explicit instruction engagement . make it stick . webinar link . try something and if you mess up, mess up in a different way the next day

2023.7.15 tutoring

2023.2.12 podcast reading - pony / horse example . science of reading . understand experience help share twitter . nancy dana angie b&gc linda

2021.11.5 renee lori dana/mia angie explanation of the science of reading comes from Louisa Moats “... how we learn to read, what goes wrong when students don’t learn, and what kind of instruction is most likely to work the best for the most students.” for teachers tons of information I first learned about the Science of Reading from the podcasts. This was brought together from the National Reading Panel report research. A friend who taught at Stanford School of Education was one of the panel participants! resources aimed specifically towards school leadership, we hope to supply you with the "what," "why," and "how" of The Science of Reading in order to effectively support your school or district with it. Focusing on the prevention of reading failure ensures more children will learn to read and reduce the need for extensive intervention.

2021.10.6 Orton-Gillingham @IMSEOG When children learn to recognize a word’s phonology (how to pronounce it), orthography (how to spell it), and morphology (what roots and affixes make up the word), they are well equipped for reading and spelling.

Science of Reading Science of Reading: The Podcast delivers the latest insights from researchers and practitioners in early reading. Each episode takes a conversational approach and explores a timely topic related to the Science of Reading. Season 4, Episode 7. Linguistic Variety and Dialects: Difference, not error with Julie Washington

2020.12.4 Woodcock–Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities Brief Intellectual Ability (BIA) individual's verbal ability, thinking ability, and efficiency in performing cognitive tasks. The BIA takes about 10 to 15 minutes to administer and is especially useful for screenings, re-evaluations that don't require a comprehensive intellectual assessment, or research that needs a short but reliable measure of intelligence

Primer Reading at a college-entry level is a virtuoso performance. Even reading on level by third grade requires a constellation of successes—from mastering the mysterious sound-spelling patterns of English to the painstaking accumulation of vocabulary and knowledge. A single verb, to read, seems inadequate. Achieving this noble goal—effortless reading, and love of reading, for all—is one of the great social undertakings of our time.

Volunteer in basic skills programs for k-5 - reading, math. Concerned about how to reach more kids who are not learning these in school, either because school is not providing the instruction, materials and/or support or because they have no access to school. >oppia

2020.11.12 The Reading League knowledgebase

science of reading podcasts

The Florida Center for Reading Research Educational Research Center Science of Reading The Reading Teacher's Top Ten Tools

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300 high frequency words

right 2 read project - 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..

Reading Rockets guide for parents

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The Settled Science of Teaching Reading – Part 1

dichotomy between phonics instruction (the explicit teaching of letters and sounds) and a whole language approach (a focus on discovery and making meaning). While “whole language” as a term is not often used now, there are many who believe the term “balanced literacy” is simply a substitute for whole language. * clear progression to effective literacy instruction.

  • First and foremost, children need to understand the principles of spelling-sound correspondences and to solidify a store of high-frequency words to read words and phrases fluently. Most children need explicit teaching to build this knowledge.
  • After decoding and high-frequency words are established, more attention can be devoted to comprehension with a focus on making meaning. Castles et al. (2018) offer a logical and research-based model.
  • In spite of this research, educators remain without consensus about what is most important—phonics instruction or a focus on comprehension.

FCAT prep

Teen reading helpers

  • reading helps - behavioral expectations, use of praise (e.g., congratulating the tutee on having read a difficult passage), and simple academic intervention strategies (e.g., paired reading or ‘listening while reading’). ‘paired reading’ or ‘listening while reading’. (1) activities that give the tutee lots of opportunities to practice targeted academic skills, (2) praise, and (3) the timely use of corrective feedback. Adults who supervise peer tutors should occasionally drop in to observe tutoring session, using

a structured ‘integrity checklist’ to rate the quality of the tutoring.

Free ebooks

College readiness

check readability - words, reading ease, average grade level


  • setup - group, accounts, permission, parent information, parent codes
  • homework information
  • Edmodo Challenge - group - activities, quiz
  • suggested reading - links to online books, book lists
  • reading log
  • quizzes - self study, completion, prompt
  • exit
  • assignment submission
  • grading, grade review

reading resources

cell phones



  • web sites
  • text file - stored in Edmodo
  • library, classroom



  • reading log - post with name of book, author, etc. assignment or quiz to guide submission
  • wikispaces / blog
  • text draft, reading log


  • Booksource - scan, record

download books

  •  ? school account

more games, activities

Edmodo in teaching and learning