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I’m an educator looking to help my students

I'm an educator looking to help my students

  • Do you need research-based center activities to help students with and at risk for dyslexia to practice the reading and writing skills you have explicitly taught?

Researchers and teachers at the Florida Center for Reading Research created research-based student center activities to support students in developing knowledge/skills in the areas of alphabet knowledge, oral language, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, spelling, and writing. The student center activities are ready to print/use with students in pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade classrooms.

  • Do you not have access to a reading program or curriculum to provide systematic and explicit phonics and word reading instruction during whole class or small group instruction?

The University of Florida Literacy Institute created a toolbox that provides free access to lesson plans and lesson materials to help students develop early literacy skills.

Are you trying to learn more about the science of reading or learn how to translate the science of reading research into practice?

1.) What Works Clearinghouse created practice guides based on reviews of the 

Elementary Practice Guides:

Secondary Practice Guides: 

2.) The Meadows Center for Educational Risk, a research center at the University of Texas at Austin, provides extensive resources to help educators translate research into practice and improve student outcomes. The resources include booklets, handouts, lesson plans, videos, and other practical materials that align with research-based findings.

3.) The IRIS Center, a national center dedicated to improving the educational outcomes of school-age children, created resources to support teachers in implementing evidence-based practices in the classroom.