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The Power of Effective Reading Instruction

How Neuroscience Informs Instruction Across All Grades and Disciplines

Karen Gazith holds a strong belief that teachers play a critical role in the success of their students. She emphasizes the need for effective instruction for all and intervention for those in need. This guide offers evidence-based practices for reading instruction that transform student proficiency across all content areas.

Benefits

  • Learn what neuroscience research says about how children learn to read, why some students struggle to read, and how this knowledge informs best practices.
  • Understand the Big 5 of reading and how to apply each element in their teaching.
  • Gain strategies that target fundamental reading skills, like decoding and fluency.
  • Master instructional approaches like acceleration, push-in and pull-out, and anchor activities to support students who are off track.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: The Neuroscience of Reading
Chapter 2: The Big 5 of Literacy
Chapter 3: Reading and Response to Intervention
Chapter 4: Models for Reading Support
Chapter 5: Reading Instruction Across Content Areas
Chapter 6: Strategic Teaching and Learning

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BOOKS

  • Buffum, A., Mattos, M., & Malone, J. (2012). Simplifying response to intervention: Four essential guiding principles. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.
  • Buffum, A., Mattos, M., & Malone, J. (2018). Taking action: A handbook for RTI at work. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.
  • Gazith, K. (2021). Teaching with purpose: How to thoughtfully implement evidence-based practices in your classroom. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.
  • Marzano, R. J. (2017). The new art and science of teaching. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press & ASCD.