Recommended Reading

Books

Beginning to Read
Marilyn Jager Adams (1995)

Brain Literacy for Educators & Psychologists
Berninger & Richards (2002)

How the Brain Learns to Read
David A. Sousa (2005)

Kindergarten Literacy: Matching Assessment and Instruction in Kindergarten
Anne McGill-Franzen (2006)

Making Sense of Phonics
Isabel L. Beck (2006)

Overcoming Dyslexia
Sally Shaywitz (2003)

Phonological Awareness From Research to Practice
Gail T. Gillon (2004)

The Voice of Evidence in Reading Research
Edited by Peggy McCardle & Vinita Chhabra (2004)

The Wildest Colts Make the Best Horses: What to Do When Your Child Is Labeled a Problem by the Schools
John Breeding, Ph.D. (1996)

True Nature and Great Misunderstandings: How We Care for Our Children
John Breeding, Ph.D. (2002)

Trauma Through a Child's Eyes: Awakening the Ordinary Miracle of Healing
Peter A. Levine & Maggie Kline (2006)

Websites

Reading Rockets
Get Ready To Read
Starfall
Earobics
Lindamood Bell Program
Wilson Program
School Specialty Intervention - SPIRE

International Dyslexia Association
International Reading Association
National Reading Panel
National Institute for Literacy
National Assn. for Ed. Young Children
National Clearinghouse ELA
NICHD

United States Department of Education
Tennessee State Department of Education
TN State Department of Education / Division of Special Education

Florida Center for Reading Research
Oregon Reading First
Texas Center for Reading
DIBELS
Big Ideas in Beginning to Read
LD Online
Council for Exceptional Children
Vanderbilt Iris Center
MTSU Dyslexia Center
Tara Brown, M.Ed./CMT Learner's Edge Consulting


National Reading Panel Report (2000). Teaching children to read: An evidence based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implications for reading instruction. [Online download of 449 Page Report]. http://www.nationalreadingpanel.org/Publications/publications.htm


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