Reading is a complex process—but teaching reading comprehension doesn’t have to be. Educators across the country are engaged in conversation about the science of reading—reviewing the evidence that supports it and discussing its implications for teaching and learning. At Great Minds®, the conversations we’ve had on these topics with experts and practitioners have confirmed that the science of reading is critical for educators across all grade levels—not just K–2 educators focused on reading foundations.
In this session, Lorraine Griffith, content architect for Humanities at Great Minds, and panelists Mandy Polen, a Grades K–4 instructional coach at Mad River Local Schools, OH and a Great Minds PD implementation specialist, and Jeniqua Moran, a Great Minds implementation leader, explored
- what the recent research says about the development of language comprehension over time, what it means for your students, and why it matters,
- what we know now about the science of reading and practical implications for educators of students at all grades, and
- what it means to help students across grade levels develop strong comprehension skills and a true love of reading.
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