This webinar will use Zoom.
The reading wars debate has continued for decades. Influencers and companies frequently make strong claims, as to what matters most for reading instruction. However, the instructional practices that are promoted as evidence-based are not always well researched. In this lecture, I will discuss the importance of using meta-analysis for determining what is evidence based and the pedagogies that have the strongest research evidence.
Participants will be able to understand:
This seminar is applicable to K-12 general and special education teachers and reading specialists.
Nathaniel Hansford is a teacher of 11 years, the author of the Scientific Principles of Teaching and the author of the Scientific Principles of Reading Instruction. He has taught grades k-12; however, currently he teaches intermediate. Nate is the lead writer and content creator for Pedagogy Non Grata.