Science of Reading Misconceptions: Setting the Record Straight
This gold-standard body of research provides a basis for effective literacy instruction and continues to evolve as experts learn more about how we learn to read. Yet, common misunderstandings about the science of reading persist. Dispelling these myths will help all students achieve literacy.
In this webinar, Natalie Wexler, acclaimed education writer and author of The Knowledge Gap, and Cassandra Wheeler, director of LETRS State Success at Lexia®, dispel the most prevalent science of reading myths. Hear directly from Wexler about finding common ground on literacy and ensuring educators are equipped with the necessary skills to get students reading.
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