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ILA 2019 Conference


SA01 - What Research Really Says About Teaching Reading--and Why That Still Matters


Oct 12, 2019 7:00am ‐ Oct 12, 2019 8:30am

Free

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Join us for a timely-not to mention critical-conversation about what we mean when we talk about evidence-based instruction. The event features a keynote from P. David Pearson, who will also facilitate an interactive Q&A with Nell K. Duke, recipient of the 2018 William S. Gray Citation of Merit, Sonia Cabell, and Gwendolyn McMillon.

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Sheri Vasinda
11/15/19 10:07 am

Is there a plan to create a written publication of this panel's talk or possibly short pieces that address each question? I would appreciate the references referred to for the "weight of evidence". The analogy to medical studies on specific aspects of health that do not dismiss other equally important aspects of health illustrates the need to be comprehensive in our approaches to literacy. I appreciate the perspectives of each member of the panel and extend my thanks to ILA for addressing this perpetually important topic.

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