VIRTUAL EVENT: Flexible phonics: a new approach to support children’s reading
24 June 2021, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm
In this webinar, Professor Robert Savage will discuss findings from Flexible Phonics, an approach to support children’s reading.
This event is free.
Teresa Kourdoulos, International Literacy Centre
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In this International Literacy Centre seminar, Robert will present findings from a recent intervention study (Savage et al., 2018) and ongoing follow-up trial with the Education Endowment Foundation of Flexible Phonics.
This approach combines direct mapping and set-for-variability approaches. By linking this work to issues in classroom practice, the seminar will open up discussion on key issues that teachers face in teaching phonics from a practice perspective, and how they can best support children's learning.
- Professor Robert Savage
ILC seminar series
The International Literacy Centre (ILC) hosts a termly seminar series where researchers, practitioners, and those with an interest in literacy education, policy, and practice across the lifespan can come together to discuss current issues in the field. The seminars are free and open to the general public.
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