| Oct 07, 2011
The Voice of Literacy is a program that allows you to listen to bi-weekly podcasts (available first and third Mondays) of Dr. Betsy Baker interviewing literacy researchers as they discuss the implications of their research. Teachers, parents, principals, and policymakers are invited to listen and discuss ways to improve literacy instruction.
On September 5, Dr. Susan Neuman discussed “Using categories to teach vocabulary to preschoolers.” Dr. Neumann, Ellen H. Neumann, and Julie Dwyer contributed to the article entitled “Educational Effects of a Vocabulary Intervention on Preschoolers’ Word Knowledge and Conceptual Development: A Cluster-Randomized Trial” in the International Reading Association’s Reading Research Quarterly (RRQ) journal
, Volume 26, Number 3, published in the summer of 2011.
On October 3, Dr. Deborah McCutchen will discuss “Using morphological analysis to infer word meanings,” and Dr. Amy Hutchison will talk about the “U. S. National Survey: Teachers’ Perceptions of Integrating Literacy and Technology” on November 7. Their submissions will appear in Reading Research Quarterly
, Volume 46, Number 4 later this fall.
to listen to these informative podcasts.