Presented by Terrie Noland, CALP, Doctoral Candidate, Ph.D.
Presented by Jillian Kaster, Education Specialist, Reading Horizons
Presented by Dr. Gene Kerns, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance®; and Dr. Jan Bryan, Vice President and National Education Officer, Renaissance®
Presented by Dr. Shane Templeton, Educator, Researcher, Speaker, and HMH Into Reading Program Author
Presented by Carol Jago, Reading and Literature Project, UCLA, and Past President, National Council of Teachers of English
Moderated by Sara Buren, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Jaime True Daley, Ed.D., Senior Associate Director of Literacy, University of Delaware
Presented by Sue Braithwaite, PK-12 Literacy Supervisor, Saint Paul Public Schools (MN); and Kyle Wagner, Ph.D., NCSP, Research Associate, Illuminate Education
Presented by Kathleen Colburn, Senior Product Manager, Read&Write; and Diana Petschauer, Managing Director and AT Consultant, Assistive Technology for Education
Presented by Shannon McClintock Miller, District Teacher Librarian and Innovation Director, Van Meter Community School (IA); and Yevgen Borodin, Ph.D., CEO of Capti Voice and Research Professor at Stony Brook University
Moderated by Rita Ferrandino, Innovation Consultant, Catalyst @PennGSE University of Pennsylvania
If young students say the letter R makes a /rih/ sound and M makes the /muh/ sound, there is a strong chance they might have trouble learning to read. While they studied the letters A to Z and their sounds, they probably cannot link them to actual words.