Debbie Hepplewhite's 1hr. keynote
presentation on synthetic phonics for the UK RRF 2015 conference:
ppt. slides to accompany Debbie's talk: http://t.co/fHS4RsURaA
Debbie Hepplewhite's ppt. slides from
ResearchED Oxford 2017.
'What’s ‘holding back’ research-informed
foundational literacy from reaching all teachers and learners?'
The Holy Grail of Teaching Spelling:
Teacher Tarjinder Gill's 1hr. presentation for ResearchED (2020. UK)
Podcast. John Walker (Sounds-Write) on the Why and How of Phonics.
Emily Hanford's 1hr. keynote
presentation: Discovering the Science of Reading: a reporter's story (2020.
Didau's ppt. slides on 'The Importance of Reading Fluency'.
invisible barrier to academic success is a lack of reading fluency. The DfE
estimate that 20% of children leave primary school unable to fluently decode
and are, therefore, unable to access an academic curriculum. But because
almost no schools measure reading fluency, they have no idea whether
students are capable of being academically successful'' (David
David Didau explains ‘Why we need to read aloud’ to our primary and
secondary age pupils (video and ppt slides)
Anne Glennie: The
Attainment gap? What about the teaching gap? with reference to Scotland
Podcast. Anne Glennie. Teach Every Child to Read.
The English Alphabet Code - talk given by Prof Diane McGuinness at the
UK RRF conference 2011.
Alison Clarke: How phonics got framed
What's wrong with predictable or repetitive texts
Alison Clarke: English Spelling Code
Alison Clarke: Preventing literacy failure and shifting the whole Bell Curve up.
Dr.Steve Dykstra: Understanding Statistics and Research: Even if You
Really, Really Hate Math
Using Fountas & Pinnell? Watch Dr Steve Dykstra unpack its
“gold standard” research from 52.33.
Using Reading Recovery?
Start at 1:03:43
Prof. Julian Elliott talks
about 'The Dyslexia Debate'