For Educators

Welcome to FCRR! We are dedicated to ensuring that all children read. Teachers, coaches, clinicians, principals, and other school staff are critical to achieving that vision. Here, educators can find resources to support your knowledge and practice. FCRR empowers you to use these resources to make evidence-informed decisions to improve reading outcomes for all learners.

Continue Learning Your Way

Looking to improve your knowledge and understanding of reading research? Try reading an article, listening to a podcast, or watching a presentation delivered by one of our faculty. This month, we’re featuring works by Dr. Hugh Catts, Professor of Communication Science & Disorders in the College of Communication & Information.

Drs. Hugh Catts and Tiffany Hogan argue for an alternative, prevention-based approach that focuses on the early identification of children at risk for dyslexia and the provision of instruction/intervention that is matched to their needs.
Tags: dyslexia, early identification, identification, intervention
In this episode, Hugh Catts, PhD explains why early screening and proven, effective reading intervention are critical to mitigating reading disabilities in children.
Tags: early identification, intervention, learning disabilities, reading disabilities, screening
Dr. Hugh Catts joins PaTTANpod to discuss the multidimensional nature of reading comprehension. Listen as he shares how educators need to frame reading comprehension, how we provide meaningful instruction, and assess utlizing realiable methods.
Tags: comprehension, instruction, reading comprehension

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