Happy Birthday to this article! Published in 1 year ago today. If you haven't read it and you're a teacher or interested in how kids learn to read, I highly recommend. You could spend a year going down a rabbit hole following the citations.
The short version of the paper by On the reading wars Available here: Long version: Both open access #DSFconf
And since we're talking all things phonics (and beyond), a reminder that our paper "Ending the Reading Wars: Reading Acquisition from Novice to Expert" is available open access here #PhonicsDebate … 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes
This 2018 article in the journal PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST explains the science of reading and should be the foundational text for any study of literacy instruction. If you want to understand how humans learn to read English, start here
Reading scientists all over world disagree. NRP not debunked. And how about Rose Report in England? Rowe Report in Australia? How about this? This? This? This?
If you haven’t yet read this wonderful paper Go for it Open access - ie free to download #DSFConf
[1] Phonics & Beyond? I'm just a teacher, not an academic, but this seems such an important, landmark study in reviewing the evidence of what's required in the classroom to truly achieve the highest-possible outcomes in reading for ALL children.
If you are interested in how children learn to read, & you haven't read it yet, this is a must read for all. "Ending the Reading Wars: Reading Acquistion from Novice to Expert" by : #Phonics #AussieED via
Excellent summary of research on how children learn to read, phonics, and other key findings relating to teaching people how to read by et al H/T
Not a book, but a (free) review of the science of reading, that also recommends other great resources ...
"Ending the reading wars" A must-read, masterful synthesis of decades of scientific results on reading instruction. The main points are summarized here: Full paper:
Maybe the best thing I read this year. Long but convincing to anyone unsure about the reading wars. Thank you and fellow writers!
Interested in the 'science of reading'? This accessible, comprehensive paper is for you. Thanks to Profs Anne Castles (), kathy Rastle () & Kate Nation ().
Stop met zoeken op welke innovatieve manier we ons leesonderwijs kunnen veranderen. We wéten namelijk al wat werkt - Ending the Reading Wars: Reading Acquisition From Novice to Expert - by Anne Castles, by ⁦⁩, ⁦⁩ , 2018
Outstanding Tes Podogogy by on importance of phonic decoding. Will be of interest to all involved in teaching reading as is Ending The Reading Wars ()
The amazing trio of , who each deserve their own tweet, but are together because I love this kick ass paper they wrote: . All three are deep in the reading wars, fighting for the science of reading!
Finally, our paper with on "Ending the Reading Wars" provides an accessible account of reading science and its relationship to public policy matters. End /
you're a good example of a low-correlated person: A person worth asking "what do you think?" because the answer isn't driven by a small pool of moral/value intuitions, but by questions like "what does it mean?" FYI, for reading this is a great intro
Ending the Reading Wars: Reading Acquisition From Novice to Expert - Anne Castles, Kathleen Rastle, Kate Nation, 2018