Read past posts from the Support for Struggling Readers Blog
22/05/25 Make it Multigenre!
22/01/06 Mid-Year Correction
21/10/08 Why Kids SHOULD Read Scary Stories!
21/08/25 The Enduring Appeal of Survival Stories
21/08/18 Greeting Students at the Door: Helpful or Hype?
21/05/07 Hey! What about Prediction?
21/04/15 You Mean It’s All Supposed to Make Sense?
21/04/03 Past Picture Books? You’ve Got to Be Kidding!
21/03/29 Is Reading Speed Overrated?
21/03/24 Content or Strategies?
20/09/16 In Defense of Easy Reading
20/03/06 The Pitfalls of Pair-Share
19/08/19 Individual Oral Reading Tests: Who has Time?
19/08/19 Routines and Procedures
19/05/19 What to do if they can’t read the Textbook
19/01/27 Cursed by Cursive?
19/01/03 Are We Overdiagnosing Dyslexia?
18/11/06 Why Kids Should Read Novels During SSR Time
18/03/10 Hooked on a Series
18/01/15 Making the Most of Multiple Guess
17/11/19 Help! I’m losing my Reading Stamina
17/11/11 Good-bye Round Robin!
17/10/30 Making Teacher Workshops work for Us
17/09/15 The Wonder of Wait Time: 3-Second Magic
17/09/09 Don’t Raise your Hand!
17/08/27 Struggling but not Reluctant
17/07/25 How do we Teach about September 11…
17/07/04 Rules of English that We Thought We Knew
17/06/09 Rules of English that We Didn’t Know We Knew
17/05/22 Author’s Purpose: Why Should We Care?
17/05/10 The Magic of Three
17/03/28 Was Rosenblatt Wrong about Reader Response?
17/03/16 Read Any Good Brochures Lately?
17/02/10 “Boy Books” and “Girl Books”
17/01/10 What Really Matters in Spelling Instruction?
16/11/16 Let’s Stop Teaching the Hamburger Paragraph
16/10/09 HI-LO…Yes or No?
16/08/13 Professional Development Beyond Pinterest
16/06/01 Do Comprehension Questions Actually Assess Comprehension?
16/04/03 Metaphorically Speaking
16/03/08 Are Mysteries Too Hard for Struggling Readers?