All for Literacy brings together researchers, educators, and experts to elevate literacy in America and create real equity in the classroom.
So I'm starting to know about all this research, but how do you do that with 25 wiggly five year olds?
Emily Hanford Senior Producer and Correspondent
Season 1, Episode 1
The Story Behind 'Sold a Story'
Dr. Liz Brooke is joined by journalist Emily Hanford, who brought the literacy conversation into American homes with the serial podcast “Sold a Story” to discuss the underlying issues of student literacy struggles.
Together with Dr. Tiffany Hogan, they sit down to decode what the science and research are really telling us about the solution.
Meet our Host, Dr. Liz Brooke
Dr. Liz Brooke, Lexia’s Chief Learning Officer is passionate about translating research into practice so all students can become successful readers and confident leaders.
In her role at Lexia, Dr. Brooke is leading the charge for real literacy change. She sets the educational vision for the company’s literacy and language products and leads Lexia’s Educational Leadership Council (ELC) where she interacts with some of the top researchers and thought leaders in the country.
More About the Science of Reading
The All for Literacy series includes webinars, podcast episodes, and blogs that give educators access to actionable information and research from established and emerging voices in the national literacy conversation.
From the Experts
Lucy Hart Paulson, CCC-SLP, Ed.D., author of LETRS® for Early Childhood Educators, explores the relationship between phonological and phonemic awareness and how that impacts teaching phonemes.
Explore the Data
Since the reading wars, we know more than ever before about how children learn to read, causes of reading difficulties and how to prevent them, and the essential components of effective reading instruction.
Start the Conversation
Lexia’s Science of Reading Roundtable brought leading experts together to showcase best practices for implementing the science of reading to create a road map for successful literacy: proactive training, high-quality instructional materials, intensive intervention, and accountability.