Today, the EEF has released a brand new episode of ‘Evidence into Action’, our podcast which explores important areas of educational research, and how it is being put into practice in schools.
In this new instalment, our expert panel discuss how reading teaching can be supported using the reading comprehension house, which featured in our updated guidance report, Improving Literacy in Key Stage 2.
Regular host Alex Quigley is joined by our Literacy Content Specialist, Sarah Green, in discussion with:
- Kate Cain, Professor of Language and Literacy Development at Lancaster University (Start – 30:25);
- Caroline Bilton, Deputy Headteacher at Cragside C of E Primary School (30:25 – 36:50); and
- James Siddle, Primary School Headteacher and Director of Kyra Research School (36:50– End).
This episode is the counterpart to a previous episode on teaching reading fluency, which featured Professor Tim Rasinski, Julie Phazey and Louise Quinn.
New episode of ‘Evidence into Action’ – “Teaching reading: Developing fluency”