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The Replenishing Gift of Literacy Coaching

When a school provides coaching for teachers, that support can nourish the ecosystem like fresh rain soaking soil. Teaching can be isolating. Coaching can be a replenishing gift.  (continue reading)

The Obstacles And Solutions To Literacy Coaching

The best coaching is not just random good luck, but rather the product of careful and expert planning and preparation. Learn about common obstacles and solutions for literacy coaching.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice with Nell Duke and Colleen Cruz

As we begin the new school year many educators are wondering, is there research we can lean on for the unique situation we find ourselves in?  (continue reading)

Developmentally Responsive Phonics Instruction: A Research-Based Approach

Recently, I was talking to a group of primary grade teachers after finishing a workshop. They were all very conscientious, but they were also frightened, angry, and distracted by the tenor of recent conversations about phonics  (continue reading)

Teaching for Authentic Fluency, Not Rote Memorization

Learning these facts is not about rote memorization. Seeing and using patterns, and building relationships, can free children’s cognitive resources to be used in other tasks.  (continue reading)

Congratulations, P. David Pearson!

We are proud to announce that P. David Pearson, a legend in literacy education and research, is retiring after 48 years.  (continue reading)

What Does the Research Say about Lecture-Only Teaching?

What Does the Research Say about Lecture-Only Teaching?  (continue reading)

The Discourse Against Homework: Concerns and Solutions

The Discourse Against Homework: Concerns and Solutions  (continue reading)

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