Linnea Ehri and Her Students Give Presentations at the 2017 Everyone Reading Conference
Dr. Linnea Ehri and several of her former and current students gave presentations at the 44th Annual Everyone Reading Conference held at the Graduate Center on March 13-14, 2017.
Dr. Linnea Ehri, Distinguished Professor of Educational Psychology, and several of her former and current students gave presentations at the 44th Annual Everyone Reading Conference held at the Graduate Center on March 13-14, 2017.
44th Annual Everyone Reading Conference on Dyslexia and Related Learning Disabilities
Presentations by Graduate Center Ed Psych Faculty, Alumni, and Current PhD Students
Learning to Read Words: How Teachers' Instruction and Students' Reading Practices Contribute to the Development of Word Reading Skill
Linnea C. Ehri, Distinguished Professor, PH.D. Program in Educational Psychology, CUNY Graduate Center
Critically Examining Word Lists and Word Walls
Katharine Pace Miles, Assistant Professor, Brooklyn College; Selenid Gonzalez Frey, Ph.D. Student, CUNY Graduate Center
What's Important in Narrative Texts?
Esther Hellmann, M. Phil., Research Analyst at Metis Associates and Doctoral Student at the Graduate Center; Nicholas Ullrich, M.A., Doctoral Student at the Graduate Center
The Merits of a Partial Read-Aloud Accommodation
Michelle Giusto, Ph.D., Teacher, PS221Q, Adjunct Lecturer, Queens College
The Relationship between Code-focused Skills and Vocabulary Learning
Robin O'Leary, Adjunct Lecturer, Ph.D. Candidate (ABD), CUNY Graduate Center
Full Conference Program