In the Season 1 finale of Reading Road Trip, Kate Winn and Una Malcolm answer listener questions, sharing their thoughts on everything from sound-spelling walls to structured literacy in older grades.
In this episode, host Kate Winn welcomes Dr. Sonia Cabell for a candid discussion about five key research-based elements of early language and literacy instruction for young children.
In this podcast episode, Kate Winn and guest Renata Archie dive into early reading screening: what is it, why is it needed, and most importantly, how it can inform instruction.
In this episode, Kate Winn is joined by Dr. Carolyn Strom for a conversation about the reading brain. What are the neural underpinnings of how students learn to read? How can research in this field help us in the classroom?
In this podcast episode, Kate Winn hosts Diana Burchell for a conversation about language learners. Is structured literacy appropriate for multilingual learners? Can early screening and intervention support students in French Immersion? What does research tell us about the language and literacy development of refugees […]
This episode of Reading Road Trip covers various aspects of coaching, including improving communication, setting and achieving goals, utilizing data in an MTSS model, and supporting administrators. Discussion Guide
Renata Archie unpacks universal screening, and highlights the role this important data can play in supporting systematic and explicit early reading instruction. Discussion Guide
This podcast explores MTSS and provides insights into classroom instruction.
In this podcast episode, Lyn Stone busts common reading myths and misconceptions, advocating for evidence-based structured literacy for all students. Lyn highlights the importance of targeting intervention to student needs, the myth of dyslexia as a gift, and the value of explicit writing instruction.
In this episode of the popular Reading Road Trip podcast, Dr. Holly Lane, the Director of the University of Florida Literacy Institute (UFLI), unpacks key considerations for teaching foundational reading and writing skills.