literacy intervention; reading difficulties; access to books
Accessibility | Disability and Equity in Education | Education
In today's episode, recorded live at the CEC 100th Anniversary, sit down with Dr. Holly Lane. Dr. Lane is an Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Florida. Her research focuses on literacy intervention and prevention of reading difficulties through effective early literacy instruction and teacher education. She has conducted studies of tutoring interventions, increasing access to books in children's homes from low-income families, and teacher knowledge of literacy. If that is not impressive enough, she has also worked on projects to study reading intervention in juvenile correctional facilities and develop teachers' professional development materials.
Tune in as Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker honor, celebrate, and reflect on Dr. Lane's career, the Council of Exceptional Education (CEC) 's past 100 years while also thinking ahead to the future.
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Length of Episode
Hines, Rebecca and Dieker, Lisa, "S7 E5: CEC Reading with Dr. Holly Lane" (2022). Practical Access Podcast. 111.