S4-E13: Revisiting a conversation with Dr. Nancy Nelson

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This is a podcast episode titled, S4-E13: Revisiting a conversation with Dr. Nancy Nelson. The summary for this episode is: <p>In <a href='https://amplify.com/science-of-reading-the-podcast/'>this episode</a>, we join Susan Lambert as she revisits a conversation she had during season 1 with Dr. Nancy Nelson, a research assistant professor at the Center on Teaching and Learning at the University of Oregon. They discuss myths and misconceptions around Response to Intervention (RTI), Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and universal screening in reading instruction. Dr. Nelson also describes her work on DIBELSⓇ and explains the importance of dyslexia screeners and what tools need to be in place for RTI to work well.<br/><br/><b>Quotes: </b><br/><br/>“Education is one of the few things that students experience in life that has the ability to change their trajectory.” —Dr. Nancy Nelson</p><p>“I feel very strongly that students get access to instruction that is delivered through evidence-based practices, because that’s what we know works.” —Dr. Nancy Nelson</p><p><br/></p>

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In this episode, we join Susan Lambert as she revisits a conversation she had during season 1 with Dr. Nancy Nelson, a research assistant professor at the Center on Teaching and Learning at the University of Oregon. They discuss myths and misconceptions around Response to Intervention (RTI), Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and universal screening in reading instruction. Dr. Nelson also describes her work on DIBELSⓇ and explains the importance of dyslexia screeners and what tools need to be in place for RTI to work well.

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“Education is one of the few things that students experience in life that has the ability to change their trajectory.” —Dr. Nancy Nelson

“I feel very strongly that students get access to instruction that is delivered through evidence-based practices, because that’s what we know works.” —Dr. Nancy Nelson