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Timely Talks with Experts

In these in-depth videos, nationally renowned reading experts discuss critical topics related to reading instruction, including what the cognitive science says and how to value students' home languages in the classroom.

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How Children Learn to Read

Teacher and reading specialist Margaret Goldberg explains the science on how children learn to read and what that means for classroom instruction.

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Julie Washington

Teaching Reading to Children Who Speak African American English

Dr. Julie Washington, a speech-language pathologist who researches the intersection of literacy, language variation, and poverty in African American children, discusses how to value students' oral language during reading instruction.

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Elsa Cardenas Hagan smiling while she gives her Timely Talk

Teaching Students Who Are English Language Learners

Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, a bilingual speech-language pathologist with expertise in reading instruction and Spanish-speaking students, discusses best practices for teaching English Learners using evidence-based strategies.

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