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Author: Anna Geiger

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It's time to reignite your passion for teaching! Triple R Teaching provides simple strategies and practical tips for PreK-grade 3 educators. Anna Geiger, M.Ed., will show you how to make small changes to improve how you teach literacy concepts. Look forward to episodes about Anna's transition from balanced literacy to the science of reading, and expect episodes that will help you understand the research while giving you practical tips that you can implement today. Hit subscribe, and get ready to transform your teaching!
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Jan Richardson and Michele Dufresne, guided reading gurus, recently shared a presentation in which they stated that the media is misinterpreting the science of reading and giving guided reading a bad rap. Were they correct? Is traditional guided reading worth saving? Here's my reaction to their presentation.Click here for the show notes for this episode.
108: It's exciting to see enthusiasm around the science of reading and research-based practices. But there are six important things that some people are getting wrong.Click here for this episode's show notes.
107: Should we teach upper or lowercase first? Which letters should come first in the sequence? And what does the research say, anyway? Get the answers in today's episode!Click here for the show notes for this episode.
106: When teaching the alphabet, should we teach letter names or sounds first? Everyone seems to have an opinion ... what does the research say?Click here for the show notes for this episode.
105: What are the signs of dyslexia? What should you do if you suspect it? And how can classroom teachers make sure they teach reading so all children learn? Heather O'Donnell, certified Dyslexia Practitioner, has answers to these questions and more!Click here for the show notes for this episode.
104: Like so many of us, Elise Lovejoy began her career as a balanced literacy educator. After throwing herself into research, she created her own decodable books and reading curriculum. Listen to learn more about Express Readers!Click here for the show notes for this episode.
103: Kate Winn is a brilliant teacher who shares how she moved from a balanced to structured approach ... and how structured literacy has reignited her passion for teaching!Click here for this episode's show notes.
102: The research is clear: repeated reading builds fluency! In today's quick episode we'll explore best practices for repeated reading ... so you can make the most of it.Click here for the show notes for this episode.
101: In today's discussion about fluency, Dr. Chase Young shows us exactly how to implement Reader's Theater in the classroom. You'll love this entertaining episode!Click here for the show notes for this episode.
100: The jury is in! Round robin reading simply isn't effective. Try one of these alternatives, and watch your students' oral reading fluency grow!Click here for the show notes for this episode.
099: Dr. Tim Rasinski is an educator, researcher, writer, and director of an award-winning reading clinic. Today he shares what the research tells us about reading fluency - and how to apply this knowledge in artful ways.Click here for the show notes for this episode.
098: In this second episode with Dr. Jan Hasbrouck, she shares the origins of the Oral Reading Fluency Norms (imagine compiling this data in the days before computers!). Dr. Hasbrouck also reminds us that the ORF assessment is a thermometer; after administering, it's up to teachers to do more assessment to find the root of the problem.Click here for the show notes for this episode.
097: Today we hear from Dr. Jan Hasbrouck, a writer, consultant and researcher who is full of wisdom about the science of reading - and fluency in particular. In this episode she helps us understand the concept of reading fluency. It's not just about speed!Click here for the show notes from this episode.
096: We've got an exciting fluency series that's about to begin! Listen to this quick update to find out what's coming next! 
095: If you're looking for a streamlined way to learn more about the science of reading, check out these online courses that get my stamp of approval!Click here for the show notes for this episode.
094: Today we get to hear from Stephanie, a kindergarten teacher in Arkansas. Now that she understands the science of reading, she shares exactly how she teaches reading to her kindergartners.Click here for the show notes for this episode.
 093: What's the best response when students misread a word? How can our response be both efficient and helpful? Find out in today's episode! Click here for the show notes for this episode.
092: In today's episode we look at how to elicit frequent responses during your lessons. Not only will this keep your students engaged, but research tells us that it will also help them better master the information!Click here for this episode's show notes.
091: Learn the structure of an explicit lesson, and get a free template in the show notes!Click here for this episode's show notes.
 090: Does the phrase "explicit instruction" make you think of "drill and kill"? The good news is that explicit instruction isn't about boring teaching ... it's about GOOD teaching. Learn exactly what explicit instruction is, and why it's important for student success.Click here for the show notes for this episode.
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