Beyond the Brain: What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Equity
When we talk about the science of reading, we usually think about the research that informs instruction and classroom best practices. Understanding how the brain functions when learning how to read is just as important, especially when we talk about educational equity and Emergent Bilingual students.
Join Horacio Sanchez, president and CEO of Resiliency, Inc.; Maya Goodall, senior director of Emergent Bilingual curriculum at Lexia; and Kerri Larkin, senior strategic partnership development manager at Lexia, as they discuss neuroscience, equity, empathy, and the pursuit of literacy during Science of Reading Week.
Explore the connection between optimal brain function and literacy success while understanding how factors like poverty and lack of resources can impact students in the classroom.
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Recommended Reading and Resources from Science of Reading Week
15,000 educators joined Science of Reading Week and shared hundreds of resources during the course of the event. Here’s a curated list of recommended books, interviews, podcasts, additional reading and resources from our Science of Reading Week presenters and attendees!