The Reading Forum

The Reading Forum is dedicated to providing teachers, parents, and policy makers access to science-based reading research and practices, broadly conceived, and is designed to assist stakeholders in navigating the range of resources that are available at present.

Material that will be useful to anyone working in the field of reading and literacy education

Material designed for bringing research to practice in the classroom or other educational settings

Brief statements by group members on topics important to reading and literacy research, instruction, and development

Longer papers on research and practice in the area of reading and literacy

WHAT WE DO

We provide access to high quality research and practices in reading and literacy education.

The goal of The Reading Forum is to make high quality research and practices available to stakeholders in the educational system. It developed out of a one-day discussion between reading researchers across a range of fields (e.g., education, psychology, language development) that was held through Purdue University’s College of Education. The participants focused on what is currently known about reading development and effective instruction to highlight commonalities. We have crafted statements, or white papers, about reading development and will continue to develop more in an attempt to move the field forward. These will be based upon the full range of available research in reading and literacy learning, and it is hoped they will help avoid many of the unproductive debates of the past. Additionally, the site presents ways to develop reading, writing, and language through effective instruction and best practices, provides links to centers and other professional resources, and has access to a range of readings and publications. We will continue to add additional materials to all our spaces and hope that this site is a valuable resource for anyone who uses it.

WHo WE Are

More information coming soon...

  • Moderators
  • Contributors
  • Participants

Site Moderation by Jason Chambers and Melanie Kuhn.

Web Administration by Jason Chambers.

Susan Chambre, Andrew Biemiller, & Margaret McKeown

Nell Duke & Kelly Cartwright

Linnea Ehri

Lesley Morrow, D. Ray Reutzel, & Heather Casey

Susan Neuman, Preeti Samudra, & Katie Danielson

D. Ray Reutzel

Roddy Theobald, Dan Goldhaber, Kristian Holden & Marcy Stein/CALDER

Marilyn Adams, Stephanie Al Otaiba, Patricia Alexander, Steve Amendum, Kimberly Anderson, Ana Taboada Barber, Stan Barrera, Donald Bear, Helen Bentley, Andrew Biemiller, Barbara Bradley, Marco Bravo, Matt Burns, Sonia Cabell, Maria Carlo, Kelly Cartwright, Gina Cervetti, Susan Chambre, David Chard, Joanna Christodoulou, Molly Collins, Kristin Conradi Smith, Michael Coyne, Amy Crosson, James Cunningham, David Dickinson, Janice Dole, Mariam Jean Dreher, Nell Duke, Patricia Edwards, Linnea Ehri, Zhihui Fang, Barbara Foorman, Nadine Gaab, Shelley Gray, Marc Goodrich, Steve Graham, Tamar Greenwell, Karen Harris, Sara Hart, Jan Hasbrouck, Courtney Hattan, HyeJin Hwang, Lakeisha Johnson, Laura Justice, Tanya Kaefer, Devin Kearns, Panayiota Kendeou, Michael Kieffer, Young-suk Kim, Melanie Kuhn, Lauren Leslie, Chenell Loudermill, Sarah Lupo, Cheryl Lyon, Marla Mallette, Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez, Patrick Manyak, Linda Mason, Pamela Mason, Margaret Mckeown, Gwen Thompson McMillon, Beth Meisinger, Heidi Anne Mesmer, Ayan Mitra, Lesley Morrow, Molly Ness, Susan Neuman, Katie Pace-Miles, Peng Peng, Zoi Philippakos, Tim Rasinski, Ray Reutzel, David Reinking, Vicki Risko, Kristen Ritchey, Dana Andrew Robertson, Skye Russell, John Sabatini, Donna Scanlon, Paula Schwanenflugel, Rebecca Deffres Silverman, Jennifer Smith, Emily Solari, Louise Spear-Swerling, Melissa Stalega, Kay Stahl, John Strong, Laura Tortorelli, Jessica Toste, Sharon Vaughn , Melodee Walker, Doris Walker-Dalhouse, Sharon Walpole, Dale Webster, Karen Wixson, Tanya Wright.

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