The Science of Reading: Defining Guide provides a firm definition of what the science of reading is, what it is not, and how all stakeholders can understand its potential to transform reading instruction.
The science of reading is a vast, interdisciplinary body of scientifically-based research about reading and issues related to reading and writing. This research has been conducted over the last five decades across the world, and it is derived from thousands of studies conducted in multiple languages.
Although the scientific evidence base for effective reading has existed for decades, the term “the science of reading” has gained traction in the last few years, potentially leading to misunderstandings. A common definition for the term:
- Supports educators and parents as they discern what is and is not in alignment with the science of reading
- Assists people in becoming informed and wiser consumers of instructional materials, professional development, and resources
- Impacts publishers’ and policymakers’ decisions as they develop materials and policy guidelines
- Guides people in the true educational transformation needed for sustainable change to effective practice
- Unifies the effort of all stakeholders on behalf of students to ensure the advancement of educational equity
- A worldwide commitment to understanding what it is ensures it is not misunderstood or minimally applied.
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