Under the leadership of The Windward Institute, The Windward School joined the Haskins Global Literacy Hub as a pioneering partner for an in-school neuroscience study, which leverages the expertise of scientists and educators to better understand reading outcomes in students. The collaboration was published in the Journal of Research in Reading titled, Researcher-practitioner partnerships and in-school laboratories facilitate translational research in reading, featuring co-authors from The Windward Institute, Dr. John J. Russell, Annie Stutzman, Danielle Scorrano, and Najah Frazier.
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Framing the notion of screening solely as a means to identify students with dyslexia has had the effect of minimizing a much larger issue.
Scarborough’s Reading Rope should not be viewed as contraband. Smuggling in the Science of Reading in pieces dilutes the potential outcomes for students and furthers the divide.
Educators hold the paramount responsibility to create a learning environment that broadens our students’ language and worlds. It is vital that all schools address the research and implications of the role of language in the learning process.
Regina Skyer's unique background has positioned her to empower parents in getting an appropriate education for their needs.
Members of the Haskins Global Literacy Hub Leadership team presented recommendations on three areas that would have an immediate effect on improving reading outcomes.
We know there are no such things as late bloomers when it comes to reading development, so there is no time to wait to take action.
Read more about the Science of Reading, how school leaders and teachers can leverage effective language practices to support students, insights into the legalities of special education, and more.
In the short time since it was formalized, Windward's partnership with the Haskins Global Literacy Hub has been a very effective tool for broadening the impact of The Windward Institute.
Haskins' researchers shared their latest findings of analyzed data comparing recent EEG testing with the remote testing conducted at the beginning of the PLOW study.