READ Podcast

READ Podcast

READ: Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. READ is hosted by Danielle Gomez, EdD, and produced by The Windward Institute. Learn more at www.thewindwardschool.org/wi or visit READ's homepage at www.readpodcast.org

Episodes

July 3, 2024 52 mins

This episode marks a special LEAD on READ episode with Dr. Jacqueline Rodriguez, CEO of the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). Dr. Rodriguez reflects on her leadership in education and advocacy, highlighting a lifelong learning journey. She shares NCLD’s vision to scale and expand advocacy efforts for people with learning disabilities in schools, professional spaces, and communities throughout their lives and across ...

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Dr. Steve Graham, renowned expert in writing instruction, joins READ for a timely discussion on effective writing instruction, the reading-writing connection, and the role of technology and AI on writing education. In this episode, you will learn about

  • approaches to reading and writing instruction through an integrated lens.
  • considerations for instructional planning across content areas.
  • multiple strategies for effective writing i...
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Sara Hart, PhD, joins READ to discuss the role of genes and the environment on reading development and disabilities. Throughout her career, Dr. Hart has investigated child development through an interdisciplinary lens. In this episode, you will learn about Dr. Hart’s

  •  studies with twins to understand individual development in reading and math with the goal to inform approaches to education and equity.
  • role as co-PI of The Learnin...
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Dr. Sarah Woulfin, an expert on leadership and school reform, joins the READ Podcast for a LEAD on READ conversation, co-hosted by Dr. Danielle Gomez and Jamie Williamson. Dr. Woulfin outlines effective actions of leaders to enact school reform and shares her expertise on how to sustain change in education.

 In this episode, you will learn about

  • curriculum coherence, capacity building, and conditions for effective change.
  • key acti...
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Colby Hall, PhD, shares her research on reading and language from kindergarten through adolescence. Dr. Hall, an assistant professor at University of Virginia, discusses her vast research collaborations spanning across areas of literacy, age groups, and language, providing a window into the research process and offering implications for classroom practice. In this episode, you will learn about

  • the findings from a pilot study inv...
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Neena Saha, PhD, joins READ for an illuminating and entrepreneurial discussion about translating research to practice. In this episode, Dr. Saha offers insights on 

  • shifting how educators interface with research through an entrepreneurial lens.
  • integrating and broadening the role of technology in sharing research.
  • developing a systematic and explicit approach to the translation of research to practice.

Dr. Saha discusses oppor...

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Join READ host Dr. Danielle Gomez as she offers a perspective on reading research from translation to implementation. She synthesizes key insights from READ guests in 2023, highlights current research from the broader community, and forecasts opportunities and challenges for the future of implementation of research in practice. In this episode, you will learn about

  • the benefits of translating research in education.
  • current framew...
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Amy Elleman, PhD, joins the READ Podcast to discuss the evidence supporting reading comprehension development and implications for effective instruction. This episode builds upon previous READ conversations in conceptualizing comprehension as an integration of skills. In this episode, you will learn about

  • the components and processes of reading comprehension.
  • research frameworks applicable for educators of students at any age.
  • evi...
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Sonia Cabell, PhD, joins the READ Podcast for the 50th episode! In this conversation, Dr. Cabell and Danielle discuss the integrated and interdependent nature of reading, oral language, background knowledge, and writing. Dr. Cabell cites her research on content-rich instruction and offers numerous effective practices for classroom instruction. Educators, bring a pen and your plan book as Dr. Cabell offers insights and resources for...

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The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy. 

This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Devin Kearns from Episode 5. In this bookmark, you ...

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The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy. 

This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Hugh Catts from Episode 18. In this bookmark, you w...

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The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy. 

This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Carolyn Strom from Episode34. In this bookmark, you...

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In this LEAD on READ episode, co-hosts Danielle Scorrano and Jamie Williamson interview Cheryl Cook, the executive director of The Association of LD Schools (ALDS). ALDS is a formal community for schools that educate students with learning differences like dyslexia. 

This episode invites READers to learn about

  • the benefits of networking in education for building relationships, sharing resources, and inspiring each other.
  • how colla...
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The Windward Institute and The Windward School are putting "Dyslexia in Focus" in recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month. This month on READ, you will hear from four past READ experts on insights specific to dyslexia and topics related to screening and identification, education and intervention, and advocacy. 

This "Dyslexia in Focus" READ bookmark features Dr. Maryanne Wolf from Episode 21. In this bookmark, yo...

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The 2023 National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) report on elementary reading instruction demonstrates how little teacher preparation programs spend on building teacher skills to support English Language Learners.

Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, EdD, joins READ to shares her expertise in integrating structured literacy with cultural and linguistic diversity to support English Language Learners. 

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Yaacov Petscher, PhD, joins the READ Podcast to discuss whole child approaches to reading and child development, seeking to explore, “what works for whom under what conditions?” Dr. Petscher explains the role of research in testing ecological models and specific factors that may inform why children vary in their reading and language development. He specifically refers to his current work in understanding trauma and reading developm...

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In this special episode of LEAD on READ, Katie Pace Miles, PhD, discusses her leadership work at CUNY Reading Corps, which pairs high dose tutoring for students in NYC with training for pre-service graduate and undergraduate teachers in structured literacy programs.  High dose tutoring has received a lot of attention in current research and popular press to target the needs of struggling readers.

Dr. Miles explains this m...

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Susan Neuman, EdD, joins the READ Podcast for a discussion on integrating rich content, background knowledge, and language into literacy instruction. She breaks down code-based and meaning-based reading skills and explains the importance of background knowledge, language, and vocabulary within a comprehensive lens of reading instruction. She discusses her work and passion for building literacy in communities through what she calls ...

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Shayne Piasta, PhD, joins the READ Podcast to share her expertise on the evidence in early literacy education including alphabet instruction and oral language. She cites integrated approaches to the Science of Reading and supporting evidence-based practices that inform both educators and families. Dr. Piasta then discusses the knowledge educators need to effectively deliver reading instruction, with a focus on oral language. Educat...

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Lakeisha Johnson, PhD, returns to the READ Podcast for the second episode of LEAD on READ. Dr. Johnson, Director at The Village at FCRR, associate professor at Florida State University (FSU), and creator of Maya’s Book Nook, shares her leadership story from her childhood through her professional career. 

Dr. Johnson tells more about her partnership with Dr. Nicole Patton Terry in creating The Village to support and empower communiti...

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