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Jason Dehart
Dr. Jason DeHart
Teacher, Wilkes Central High School, Wilkesboro, NC
Literacy for Older Readers: Why It Is Never Too Late
January 5, 2023

Jason D. DeHart is a passionate educator, currently teaching English at Wilkes Central High School in Wilkesboro, NC. He served as a middle-grades English teacher for eight years and an assistant professor of reading education at Appalachian State University from 2019 to 2022.

  • Literacy
  • Reading
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Voyager Sopris Learning
The Reading, Writing, and Math Intervention Specialist
Educators’ Choice: EDVIEW360 2022 Year in Review
December 15, 2022

Here at EDVIEW360, we are looking back at 2022 with a feeling of gratitude for a rewarding year. First, we’re thankful for our community of educators and readers. Having an engaged audience that offers such insightful input and feedback keeps our content timely and relevant. Thank you.

Matthew Burns
Matthew K. Burns
University of Missouri, Herbert W. Schooling faculty member, professor of special education, and director of the Center for Collaborative Solutions for Kids, Practice, and Policy (SKiPP)
Helping Students with Dyslexia: Utilizing the Data on Hand
November 10, 2022

In 2016, Missouri joined the growing list of states that required school districts to screen for dyslexia and to better support students diagnosed with or at risk for developing a reading disability.

  • Dyslexia
Dr. John Woodward
Dr. John Woodward
Author of TransMath®
Math Standards, Research, and the Making of an Intervention Curriculum
October 27, 2022

One of the most consistent refrains I have heard in my career as a math educator is, “Where is the research for that?”

  • Math Standards
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck
Dr. Jan Hasbrouck
A leading researcher, educational consultant, and author who works with schools in the U.S. and internationally
Getting Reading Fluency Instruction Right
October 12, 2022

All teachers responsible for providing reading instruction to their students are likely aware of the importance of fluency.

Dr. Louisa Moats
Author of LANGUAGE! Live®
The Power of Print: What—and How—Should Students Read?
September 29, 2022

Selecting reading material for instructional purposes has always been a job I have enjoyed. In professional development with teachers (e.g., in LETRS®), the text readings we have preferred for analysis are linguistically challenging, thematically engaging, and somewhat provocative.

  • Reading