TRT Podcast#39: What's wrong with three-cueing? I never thought I'd be sharing an episode about what's wrong with three-cueing. After all, I've spent decades prompting kids to think about what makes sense, sounds right, and looks right when solving words! Listen to find why I (finally) changed my approach. Listen to the episode here Full episode transcript Link to original Facebook Live presentation ... Read More
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It's time to reignite your passion for teaching! Triple R Teaching provides simple strategies and practical tips for PreK-grade 3 educators.
In each quick, practical episode, I'll show you how to make small changes to improve how you teach math and literacy.
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TRT Podcast#38: What the science of reading is based on There are a lot of questions about what the science of reading truly is. Is it from a journalist? Is the science brand-new? How do we know that we can trust it? In today's episode I'll share the particulars! Listen to the episode here Full episode transcript Link to original Facebook Live presentation Video presentation ... Read More
TRT Podcast#37: A simple look at how the brain learns to read How exactly does the brain learn to read ... and why should teachers even care? In today's episode I simplify the science and share exactly why this understanding is important for K-2 teachers. Listen to the episode here Full episode transcript Recommended reading Language at the Speed of Sight, by Mark Seidenberg Overcoming Dyslexia, by Sally ... Read More
TRT Podcast#36: My reaction to the article that reignited the reading wars When I first read Emily Hanford's article, "At a Loss for Words," I felt annoyed, angry and - in the end - dismissive. I've read the article many times since, and now my reaction is quite the opposite. Listen to find out what's changed! Listen to the episode here Full episode transcript The article that reignited the reading wars ... Read More
TRT Podcast#35: What are the reading wars? As we begin our discussion about the science of reading, we need to look back at the history of teaching reading in the United States. What exactly are the reading wars, and when did they begin? Where are we today? Join us for a brief and lively history of the debate. Listen to the episode here Full episode transcript Books mentioned in the episode Why Johnny ... Read More
TRT Podcast#34: Introducing our science of reading podcast series I've been pouring over the science of reading research, and I'm making shifts in how I approach teaching reading. You're invited to join me on this exciting journey! Listen to the episode here Full episode transcript Link to original Facebook Live presentation Video presentation ... Read More