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Welcome to What's Literacy Got To Do With It? by Literacy Quebec. A community-based podcast for English-speaking, lifelong literacy learners in Quebec. Our hosts Chris Shee and Jaimie Cudmore from Literacy Quebec explore topics around community building, lifelong curiosity, and the multiple types of literacy. It's incredible what we can learn from each other!
 
Do you find yourself seeking new ideas when it comes to literacy instruction in elementary classrooms? The Literacy Dive is a podcast that offers actionable steps and information for ELA teachers. The host, Megan Polk from The Literacy Dive, shares literacy tips and strategies she has learned from her years of experience as an elementary teacher and literacy specialist. Dive in with us every Monday for a new episode on various literacy topics!
 
Welcome to Literacy Talks, a podcast series from Reading Horizons, where reading momentum begins. Each episode features our trio of literacy champions: Stacy Hurst, an assistant professor of reading at Southern Utah University and Chief Academic Officer at Reading Horizons; Donell Pons, a dyslexia specialist, educator, presenter, and writer, who now works with adults who struggle with reading; Lindsay Kemeny, an innovative, dedicated second-grade teacher who is a CERI certified Structured Li ...
 
Melissa and Lori Love Literacy is a podcast for educators interested in learning more about the science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum! Join Melissa Loftus and Lori Sappington every Friday as we tackle new ways of thinking about how to teach reading and writing. Most of our experience has been in the classroom from primary through high school, but we also have experience at district and state leadership levels in literacy. Our guests include school-based educator ...
 
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The Literacy View

Faith Borkowsky, Judy Boksner, Mary McCool Berry

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Teachers are tired and want to be jazzed about teaching again. Too often, professional development is boring, not substantive, or lacks a practical how-to approach. The Literacy View invites viewers to sit with Faith Borkowsky, Judith Boksner, and Mary McCool Berry to discuss best literacy practices in easy-to-implement ways. All three women are educators and literacy coaches. Faith, Judith, and Mary encourage all educators to enter lively discussions about literacy's most pressing issues.DI ...
 
New episodes every Monday and Friday All episodes are based off the question: "What's a commonly held belief in Literacy Education you passionately disagree with?" More than 60 percent of all prison inmates are functionally illiterate. One child in four grows up not knowing how to read. 43% of adults at Level 1 literacy skills live in poverty compared to only 4% of those at Level 5. Kids who are read to every day are 1 year more literate than their peers.
 
Join Hassan Thomas, Founder and CEO of the brand — FYI FLI (For Your Information: Financial Literacy & Investing), as he discusses exciting ways to help millennials build healthy relationships with their finances. You’re never too young to empower yourself with knowledge and information designed to enhance your life. And Hassan Thomas is passionate about empowering his peers and people. In the podcast you’ll hear him discuss strategies for saving, budgeting, investing, taxes, retirement, and ...
 
Your connection to the art and science of feeling really good… body, mind, and spirit. Turn on to the wisdom of your body as we connect your wellness dots by exploring whole person healing, from neuroscience and nutrition to sexual health and sleep. Join the wellness revolution and start speaking your body’s language.
 
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As part of our Dyslexia Awareness Month series, listen to a previous episode with parent and advocate Brett Tingley. March 25, 2022 Brett Tingley shares how to harness parent energy and expertise to address the legal and moral responsibility of school districts to teach children how to read using science. Our Dyslexic Children tells the story of a …
 
Our number one complaint as teachers is we don’t have enough time. Enough time to lesson plan, gather materials, teach each content area with the same equity, communicate with parents, eat our lunch, or have time for ourselves. The list goes on and on. But let me ask you this: how are you using your time? Is it that you don’t have enough of it or a…
 
Welcome to Season 9 Episode 5 of What's Literacy Got To Do With It? by Literacy Quebec! In today's episode, we say goodbye to our dear friend and co-host, Chris Shee. Good luck Chris on your new adventures! You will be missed. With the Quebec provincial election coming up on October 3, 2020, we talk civic literacy. Our new co-host Niamh sits down w…
 
Faith Borkowsky, Judy Boksner, and Mary McCool Berry discuss an article in the Atlantic (9/18/22) by Nomi M. Stolzenberg and David N. Myers. "Communities of faith should be able to pass on their traditions but must still meet basic state educational standards." Stolzenberg and Myers start the article with a question: Is it permissible for private s…
 
Wanna move out of your parent's house…but don't have any idea where to start or how much it could cost? If so, FYI FLI & AFS has gotcha’ back! Check out episode 75 as we chop it up w/ Two former marines turned financial educators and founders of Adulting Shouldn't Suck: Alex and Phillip! In this special LIVE episode, Hassan, Alex, and Phillip talk …
 
This is a great interview that covers a lot of ground. We discuss teacher content/pedagogical knowledge, phonological awareness instruction, and phonics instruction, why it all matters, and what it means for instruction. My guests are Dr. Shayne Piasta from the Ohio State University and Dr. Alida Hudson from Texas A&M University A big thanks to my …
 
This is an episode to listen to many times over and share with your literacy colleagues. With featured guest Dr. Anita Archer, this Literacy Talks episode covers the literacy landscape and explores the power and practicality of explicit literacy instruction. From instructional content to instructional design, effective delivery to feedback and prac…
 
Mark continued with the study of the Minor Prophets: Part II of Jonah. Mark shares examples how “stories” have always been an important means of communication. In this lesson we learn what the story of Jonah says—Of God: God speaks! God cares about all people. God plans. God saves.Of Jonah: Disobedient. Uncaring. Out of sync with God. Miserable.Of …
 
Is your relationship under-fucked? What are the signs? In this modern world where couples are struggling to maintain the passion and pleasure, they desire being under-fucked has become almost "normal". In this episode Ill introduce you to: * The signs and symptoms of an under-fucked relationship (or woman). * The ONE phrase I hate and why it's kill…
 
As part of our Dyslexia Awareness Month series, listen to a previous episode with parent and advocate Katie Hickerson. September 24, 2021 “I just thought kids learned how to read… and my daughter didn’t. She could identify 4 letters by the end of kindergarten .” Katie Hickerson's daughter, Cora, went from a joyous little one to a child with lots of…
 
As part of our Dyslexia Awareness Month series, listen to a previous episode with parent and advocate Liz Hembling. November 24, 2020 Liz Hembling's daughter, Mia, attended a public elementary school. Liz noticed early on that she struggled terribly learning to read. In second grade, the school placed Mia in a remedial reading group, without commun…
 
Today we have a special episode featuring four parents from all over the United States. One thing they have in common is that they have children with dyslexia. They are courageously sharing their stories as reading science advocates working for systemic change. Resources Dyslexia-specific Resources: International Dyslexia Association The Dyslexia I…
 
Dr. J. Richard Gentry, Dyslexia Expert and the “Guru of Spelling,” joins us on the podcast today to discuss dyslexia. Dyslexia is a specific learning disability, neurobiological in origin. It’s the #1 reading disability that manifests itself in a continuum. People with dyslexia have difficulty in accurate fluent reading, spelling, and decoding abil…
 
In this coming Friday's episode we get to talk to the fabulous Richard Gentry again! This time we talk to him about dyslexia to kick off a series of episodes for Dyslexia Awareness Month. Until then, listen to our first episode with Richard Gentry about the importance of spelling! March 4, 2022 We’ve been asked about spelling and the connection to …
 
Throughout our school day, teachers face a variety of challenges from a variety of different components. Some of them we can control, but some of them we can’t. One of the challenges teachers face is teaching writing to students. Although we can’t control every aspect of our literacy block or the skills students come to us with, we can start to cha…
 
Virginia Delegate, Carrie Coyner, and University of Virginia Professor, Emily Solari, championed action for a bill (now a law) that put $70 million towards changing colleges of education, professional learning for educators, and curriculum and materials to align to reading science across the state of Virginia. On this podcast, they will share how t…
 
Dating, Finances, & Career Pursuits ~ What Could Go Wrong? A lot if you don’t have any purpose, passion, and a plan! In this episode, Hassan chats with 24-Year Old Author, Speaker, Financial & Relationship Coach: Myles Harris aka Myles The Millennial! Hassan and Myles chop it up about: - FIRST dates, toxic relationships, and gender roles - The POWE…
 
With so many “buzzwords” circling through the educational world, it’s hard to keep them all straight. What do they mean? How is this different from what I’m already doing in the classroom? What type of activities do I need to be implementing in order for my students to be successful? All of these questions can relate to the idea of orthographic map…
 
Mark continued his series on the minor prophets with study of Jonah. Mark provided critical insight into Jonah’s life and the historical context.Jonah’s job was a prophet counselor to King Jeroboam II c793 BC before God directed him to Nineveh and call the people to repentance. Instead, of obeying God’s new job, Jonah flees via boat in the opposite…
 
Andrew Watson, educator and author of Learning and the Brain Blog and the book The Goldilocks Map, teaches us how to become healthy skeptics. Cognitive science and literacy intersect as we are inundated with information about reading science, curricular materials, motivation strategies and more. As we learn to discern and distill information, we as…
 
How can we ensure we're not WORKING for the rest of our lives? Trading & Investing! Check out FYI FLI’s latest episode with investor, trader, and founder of The Legendary Wealth Builders: Ta’Donna Nagle! In this episode, Ta’Donna and I talk about: - How to pick all the BEST stocks in ONE move - The biggest trade she’s made and how we can REPLICATE …
 
For many of us, one book can make a profound difference in how we teach, our understanding of reading science, and our insights into how students learn to read. In this episode of Literacy Talks, our experts share the impacts that the book Speech to Print: Language Essentials for Teachers by Louisa Cook Moats, Ed.D, continues to have on their work …
 
This episode with Lior Klirs connects to Ep. 124: Innovative Assessment with the Louisiana Assessment Team. If you haven't heard this one yet, definitely listen! From original episode (5/6/22) This episode is the first in a series on a really important topic: Assessment. How can we debunk the idea of ‘standards-aligned assessments’? What about ‘sta…
 
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE 'PHONICS FIRST' OR 'PHONICS ONLY' IN THE PRIMARY GRADES? TIM SHANAHAN'S EXCELLENT ARTICLE SPURRED THE LITERACY VIEW GALS TO SHAKE OUT THE CURRENT IDEAS ABOUT PHONICS, PHONICS, AND MORE PHONICS. WHICH WAY WILL THE SHIP TRAVEL? https://shanahanonliteracy.com/ LISTEN TO FIND OUT! https://youtu.be/i3BO6D9zRUg…
 
Small group instruction is a big part of a teacher’s literacy block and being able to work with students on certain skills. But the question always seems to be, what different types of activities can I do with my students during that time, especially when working with texts? In today’s (100th 🥳) episode, I’m sharing how to keep students engaged by …
 
Mark continued teaching the series on Minor Prophets with Joel - Part II. He divided the lesson into three parts. Before the hinge: Joel 1:1-2-11Joel is one of God’s speakers for His message. The hinge: Joel 2-12-17Return to Me wholeheartedly, repent, and rend your heart. After the hinge: Joel 2:19-27God’s blessings for repentant people.God's spiri…
 
Louisiana is a state taking assessment to the next level. In this episode, the assessment team from the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) discusses Innovative Assessments. Reading comprehension is often assessed through cold reads and sometimes familiar topics. The LDOE team tells us how we can change our approach to assessment. We know comp…
 
Forget EVERYTHING you’ve heard about non-profit organizations!!! This week we tap in with the founder of multiple non-profit organizations, The Sanders Hand & The Sanders Hand Ghana, community developer, and educator out of Houston, Texas: Mr. Sebastian J. Sanders! In this episode, Hassan & Sebastian talk about: - Their similar stories on FAILURES …
 
Small group instruction is an important and necessary part of your day. It’s a great opportunity to reteach and practice a variety of reading skills with a smaller group of students. I thought I had mastered small group instruction, until I accidentally stopped what I had planned, and it worked out for the better! So in today’s episode, I’m sharing…
 
Mark started a new series on The Minor Prophets beginning with the prophet Joel. Good indications suggest Joel is the earliest of the minor prophets. Historical context: Joel was likely written in 8th B.C. after Israel was divided. Biblical context: The Jews were entrusted the Word of God. The prophets are God’s speakers. We learn that Joel means J…
 
Diana Leddy of the Vermont Writing Collaborative joins Melisas and Lori to talk about a topic we love: Writing. Specifically, Diana discusses a simple, easy to use tool used to support students with expository writing called The Painted Essay. The Painted Essay works because it helps students understand visually what they are writing and why they a…
 
Over 50% of businesses fail due to lack of funding…after this episode, you will NOT fall into that statistic! Check us out for Season 3 - Episode 19 with US Marine, motivational speaker, and CEO of Creating Generational Wealth: Jaylen Feliciano! In this episode, Hassan & Jaylen talk about: - ACTION steps to starting a business and getting MAX fundi…
 
Kip Clark describes himself as being passionate about better and more meaningful communication. This belief guides his work as a standardized patient with medical students and as a podcast host and producer. Clark came to working as a standardized patient work from a background in improv comedy. He is a graduate of Kenyon College with a degree in E…
 
Welcome to a new school year! This is a fantastic interview to kick things off. In this episode I am talking with Dr. Courtney Hattan and Dr. Sarah Lupo about knowledge, what it means for reading comprehension, and how to think about leveraging knowledge in the classroom. I am also excited to announce that there is a new co-producer with me on TLP.…
 
Ask most reading teachers if they learned everything they needed while in college, and chances are, they’ll say no. Hands-on classroom experience and in-the-classroom coaching and mentoring have been instrumental in helping them build confidence and capacity. But beyond in-class experiences, what kinds of professional learning will help reading tea…
 
I’m so excited about today’s episode because it’s a topic that I haven’t discussed in almost 100 episodes, but is so important and relevant in our world today. That topic is multimedia in a 21st century classroom. Now, you might think you know what all of this entails, but some concepts discussed might surprise you. To help me dive in, I have guest…
 
Pastor Brent Johnson taught the final lesson of Snapshots of Jesus. He posed the question: How should we take action from what we’ve learned from Snapshots of Jesus? Pastor Brent encouraged us to live the Christian life as Jesus modeled during his short time on earth. We are to hear the Word of God and do it by taking action. Pastor Brent shares th…
 
Today Melissa and Lori talk with authors Chase Young, David Paige, and Timothy V. Rasinski, authors of the book, Artfully Teaching the Science of Reading. Teaching artfully means teaching authentically, aesthetically, and creatively. This book shares how to teach the five pillars of reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and com…
 
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