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The Teachers Talk Shop Podcast
25 minutes | 4 months ago
Conquering Dyslexia-The Case for Early Identification and Intervention
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck describes the latest research on dyslexia, its early warning signs, and what families and educators can do to support success with structured literacy, multimodal experiences, and social-emotional support. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
22 minutes | 4 months ago
Common Myths About Dyslexia—And the Facts that Debunk Them
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck defines dyslexia, clears up common misconceptions, and shares why this topic matters so much to her and should matter to everyone, in every school. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
25 minutes | 5 months ago
Distance Learning Close at Heart
Patty McGee taught daily lessons for 9 weeks on the Benchmark Distance Learning - Literacy Block Facebook group. In this episode she talks about that experience and how it changed her teaching. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
27 minutes | 6 months ago
Independent Reading: We Know What To Do, So Why Aren't We Doing It?
Patty McGee talks with reading expert Laura Robb about making the space, time, and commitment to independent reading. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
22 minutes | 6 months ago
The Joy of the Ordinary
Patty McGee talks with teacher and author Travis Crowder about practical ways to invite students to notice their every day worlds. Through observing, reflecting, and writing, each of us can recognize how much the ordinary things around us sustain us. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
24 minutes | 7 months ago
Simplicity and Connection in Distance Learning
When it comes to online teaching, it’s about connection, not perfection. Patty McGee and Julie Wright discuss how to prepare for daily online instruction and offer teachers advice on distance learning, Spoiler alert: simplicity is key. For more information, please visit TeachersTalkShop.com.
20 minutes | 7 months ago
Read Aloud Essentials from Any Distance
Patty McGee and Dr. Adria Klein discuss how teachers and home-schooling parents can keep read alouds simple and instructionally effective while bringing the joy into reading with children. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com
17 minutes | 7 months ago
Take Care of Yourself and Connect with Your Students: Mental Health and Happiness for At-Home Learning
Dr. Daniella Lukashok shares practical advice for teachers about supporting themselves, their loved ones, and their students during this period of social distancing and isolation. Learn more at TeacherTalkShop.com.
19 minutes | 8 months ago
The Science of Reading: What the Brain Research Says About How We Learn to Read
Teaching reading is one of the best gifts we can give a child because it can never be taken away. No wonder people get so whipped up about this topic. In this podcast, Wiley Blevins brings a calm voice to the hubbub about the Science of Reading, revealing how every educator can use its findings to meet the majority of young students’ literacy needs efficiently, effectively, and with equity. The best materials and best instruction, decoded. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com
15 minutes | 8 months ago
Check, Please: Quick Phonics Assessments So Learning Doesn’t Decay
Teachers need easy-to-use, efficient ways to check for mastery so students’ understanding builds swiftly and surely. In this podcast, Wiley Blevins explains the wisdom of assessing both accuracy and automaticity, and the how-to's of comprehensive and cumulative assessments. Learn more at TeachersTalkShop.com.
18 minutes | 8 months ago
Systematic Phonics: Hey, Language is a System, so Why Wouldn’t We Teach It Like One?
In this podcast, Wiley Blevins explains why explicit, systematic instruction is not only scientifically proven, but easier for teachers to implement than other approaches. Discover the power behind a defined scope and sequence, a built-In spiral review, and how to differentiate instruction in whole and small groups. Learn more at Teacherstalkshop.com.
20 minutes | 9 months ago
Decodable Texts: Key Learning Tools for a Crucial Phase in a Reader’s Life
Not all decodables are created equal. In this podcast, Wiley Blevins explains why these books got a bad rap, how to find great ones, and what teachers can do with them to give Kindergarteners and first graders practice reading connected text and application to writing. More at TeachersTalkShop.com. Produced by Benchmark Education.
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