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The All for Literacy podcast connects you with established and emerging voices in the national literacy conversation to map a path forward informed by the science of reading. Through monthly podcasts, hosted by Lexia’s Chief Learning Officer Dr Liz Brooke, this series forges connections between literacy research and educators’ knowledge and skills. This is a conversation that will have a real impact on teachers and students, with actionable information and research designed to support our go ...
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Literacy Talks

Reading Horizons

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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 Advisor 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 elementary teacher who is a CERI certified Structured Lite ...
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Welcome to What's Literacy? by Literacy Quebec, a community-based podcast for English-speaking, lifelong literacy learners in Quebec. Our host Jessica Leahy from Literacy Quebec explores topics around community building, lifelong curiosity, and the multiple types of literacy. It's incredible what we can learn from each other!
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Melissa & Lori Love Literacy ™

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This podcast is for educators interested in the science of reading who want to hear the latest research on teaching reading and writing and learn how to make it practical for your classroom. Our guests include some of the most well-known literacy researchers and experts, as well as teachers and leaders doing the hard work every day!
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Improving health literacy — the ability to understand and act on health information — is key to improving health outcomes and lowering costs. Welcome to 'The Health Literacy 2.0 Podcast'; the podcast series from EdLogics where we talk with business, HR, health, and community leaders and explore unique, data-driven, and effective behavior-changing solutions that can help improve people’s health literacy and increase their engagement with health and wellness programs. For show notes and bonus ...
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Hi there, I'm Jocelyn Seamer. Teacher, former school leader, author, and all around cheerleader for teachers everywhere. Learning to read and write is a matter of social justice. Every child deserves to learn through evidence informed practices, and every teacher deserves to be fully supported to make that happen.The Structured Literacy Podcast goes beyond the program to get to the heart of what it's really like to build a structured approach to literacy across the school.
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Welcome to 'Literacy Works with Bedrock Learning', a podcast that delves deep into the heart of literacy in education. Hosted by the insightful and experienced educator Andy Sammons, this podcast stands as a beacon for anyone passionate about enhancing literacy skills and understanding its pivotal role in education. Each episode is a journey into the world of literacy education. Andy brings together a diverse array of voices from across the education sector, from seasoned teachers to renowne ...
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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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Do you find yourself seeking new implementations when it comes to literacy instruction? Do you crave fresh ideas and engaging lessons to transform your students into skilled readers and writers? The Literacy Dive Podcast was created to provide educators, like you, with actionable steps and strategies to improve teaching reading and writing. Your host, Megan Polk, is the creator and owner of The Literacy Dive, a company that creates educational, literacy curriculum that aims to close the gap ...
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The Literacy-Based Speech Podcast

Ashley and Kalin, SLP, Speech Therapy, Literacy Based, Picture Books

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Do you want to use picture books more in your speech therapy sessions, but have no idea where to start? OR are you already using books in therapy but find it time-consuming to find the RIGHT book and identify relevant speech and language concepts? You’re in the right place! The Literacy-Based Speech Podcast will help you feel confident in your book choices and instructional decisions as an SLP. We’ll give you the tools you need to intentionally maximize your speech therapy sessions! Join co- ...
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The Literacy View

Faith Borkowsky and Judy Boksner

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Teachers are tired and want to be excited 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 and Judy Boksner to discuss best literacy practices in easy-to-implement ways. The two women are educators and literacy coaches. Faith and Judy encourage all educators to enter lively discussions about literacy's most pressing issues. Faith's Bio-Faith Borkowsky, the ...
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Welcome to The Literacy Lounge! This is a podcast designed for elementary school teachers and homeschool parents on a mission to master the art of literacy instruction and cultivate a love of reading in students. Join your host, Ciera Harris, as she opens the door to a world of transformative teaching strategies that will make you a literacy champion in your classroom. Ciera and her guests will dive into topics such as The Science of Reading, the 5 components of reading (phonemic awareness, ...
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Join us at the Literacy Lunch Break, a Heggerty podcast, where we serve up bite-sized, thought-provoking episodes on literacy, tailor-made for your lunch break, leaving you informed and inspired. We bring you authentic conversations with teachers, experts, and thought leaders in the field of literacy, ensuring real insights and practical strategies that can truly make a difference in your classroom.
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Join Victoria and Anna, along with expert guests and industry friends, in a deep-dive investigation into just what literacy is, and how the students within the US education system could be better serviced when it comes to modern literacy methods
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Project Adult Literacy Society is a local Edmonton Charity that works to change lives through literacy. We offer free tutoring services in reading, writing, English Language Learning, math and digital literacy. Through this podcast we will discuss the importance of literacy in society and the literacy pillars we teach through PALS.
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The Art of Allowance Podcast is hosted by John Lanza, the author of "The Art of Allowance: A Short, Practical Guide to Raising Money-Smart, Money-Empowered Kids." John is also the Chief Mammal and Creator of The Money Mammals, the award-winning DVD and picture book series that helps get kids excited about money smarts. In the Art of Allowance podcast, John interviews parents and other youth money experts to discuss tools, tactics and tricks that families can pick and choose from to help them ...
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CCIRA Inc., Colorado's literacy organization, is ready to chat about literacy with some fantastic literacy experts. Get ready to learn, expand your list of educational heroes, and gather ideas about ways you can improve your teaching practice.
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Read For Life is a literacy focused non-profit organization aiming to raise and maintain literacy rates and encourage the pursuit of knowledge. Listen to our different education series and our conversations as we explore the world of literacy in Barbados and across the Caribbean.
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Has something in this episode resonated with you? Get in touch! Ready to transform the headache of report writing into a gratifying experience? Join me, Jocelyn, on the Structured Literacy Podcast, where we unpack the art of aligning curriculum with classroom planning. This episode is a lifeline for educators riding the waves of Australia's reporti…
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Send us a Text Message. The One About… Ann Sullivan: Phonics for Students with Special Needs Autistic people’s cognitive potential has been underestimated as well as their linguistic potential. Ann Sullivan offers suggestions for how teachers can help children access phonics. Article: “Literacy in Nonspeaking Autistic People” https://journals.sagep…
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Send us a Text Message. From August 5, 2022 Dr. Elsa Cardenas-Hagan joins the podcast to share that reading science works for English Learners. What does it mean to use evidence-based instruction to teach English Learners? Dr. Cardenas-Hagan asserts that every language has its own history, its own culture, its own use. Language supports literacy, a…
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In this episode of The Health Literacy 2.0 Podcast, Seth Serxner shares an interview that Tom Chamberlain (CEO of EdLogics) recently did on an HR industry podcast. In the interview, Tom talked about how EdLogics helps employers and HR teams and covered topics such as: ☑️ How to boost employee engagement for health benefits. ☑️ How EdLogics makes he…
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With the weather getting nice and families starting to spend more time outside, we wanted to bring that energy into your speech therapy sessions. A lot of families spend the spring and summer months camping and enjoying the outdoors, which is why we're doing a "this or that" episode with camping books. So, in today's episode, we've chosen the books…
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Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Peter Heather, chair of medieval history at King's College, London, to discuss his new book, Christendom: The Triumph of a Religion, AD 300-1300. They chat about how a small sect of isolated and intensely committed congregations became a mass movement centrally directed from Rome, the Church’s chameleonlike capac…
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5-12-24 Biblical-LiteracyBrent Johnson taught today’s lesson on the topic of what we should do while waiting on the 2ndComing of the Lord. Brent’s primary passage was from 2 Peter 3:11-18. Peter wrote the letter around64-67 AD. Brent opens by explaining the letter’s purpose: to remember truth, faith supplements, andbe aware of false teachings becau…
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As we work to improve how we teach phonics, phonemic awareness, and word recognition while adding in writing instruction and content knowledge, we’re all working toward a key goal. It’s reading comprehension. In this episode of Literacy Talks, we turn our attention to comprehension and the tapestry of skills that come together for readers and learn…
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What would it take to narrow the knowledge gap between high-achieving and struggling students when it comes to reading and writing? Education writer Natalie Wexler joins Host Dr. Liz Brooke in Season 2, Episode 8. Wexler is author of “The Knowledge Gap: The Hidden Cause of America’s Broken Education System—and How to Fix It.” Her writing focuses on…
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Guest Dr. Ashley LeBaron-Black returns to the podcast to talk with host John Lanza about her research focus of family finance. Ashley first defines the terms “financial well-being” and “financial socialization.” She then highlights the importance of family modeling and open discussion on the money-smart journey. Ashley also emphasizes the essential…
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This episode we discuss what an Individual Retirement Account is, the difference between Traditional & Roth and some limitations associated with these accounts. This is an episode designed for beginners and a refresher for you more experienced investors. If you have any questions, please reach out to us. Thanks for listening. TouchstoneFinancialEdu…
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Unlock the transformative secrets of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) as Dr. Will Horton, a clinical psychologist and NLP master, joins us to share groundbreaking insights into personal development and mind-body healing. This episode promises to challenge your perceptions, inviting you to explore the 'how' of our brain's operations and the vast po…
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Rohini Khillan, MPH, has been working in the field of public health policy for over a decade in both federal agencies and large nonprofit organizations. While her focus is primarily on issues of aging and disability, Rohini has worked on a variety of topics that include access to care and socioeconomic disparities. Much of her work centers on makin…
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In this episode, we explore the evolving landscape of education with Paul Ainsworth, Education Director at Infinity Academies Trust and author of "No Silver Bullets 2.0: The Heart and Soul of School Improvement." Paul shares insights from his extensive career, which spans from teaching math to leading secondary school improvements. We discuss his a…
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Over the last month, we’ve been discussing all the different factors that can affect a student’s reading comprehension, even in upper elementary. We’ve gone over fundamental and cognitive factors, and now we’ve hit the last factor, which is environmental. So, in the last episode of the series, I’m sharing interventions for environmental factors tha…
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