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Katie Pace Miles

Sonia Cabell

Researcher Conversations

During our 2024 Research to Practice Symposium, we continued our conversations with research partners to share their thoughts on the Intersection of Reading and Writing and research to practice partnerships. 

Enjoy video conversations with Dr. Sonia Cabell and Dr. Katie Pace Miles below and stay tuned for more conversations.

During our 2023 Research to Practice Symposium, we sat down with symposium presenters for an interview about what they are excited about in literacy, what they would like people to know about reading comprehension and their Call to Action to the literacy community.

Enjoy video conversations with Dr. Hugh Catts, Dr. Amy Elleman, and Dr. Tiffany Hogan below.

Dr. Amy Elleman

Dr. Amy Elleman

Dr. Tiffany Hogan

Dr. Tiffany Hogan

Dr. Hugh Catts

Dr. Hugh Catts

Interviews with the Experts

During the March 9, 2020 Research to Practice Symposium, we sat down with our symposium presenters for an interview about the research, the importance of partnerships and more. Please enjoy the following video interviews from our expert speakers.

Emily Hanford

Dr. Fumiko Hoeft

Dr. Mark Seidenberg

Dr. Timothy Odegard

Nancy Hennessy

Dr. Stephanie Al Otaiba

Teachable Moments

Learn from the experts with AIM's Teachable Moments Videos. These brief conversations with experts in the field of literacy, neuroscience, language and education are intended to address commonly asked questions, preview or review critical information or create further interest in topics related to student achievement.

Produced during experts' visits to AIM these conversations feature AIM faculty and students as interviewers. Click links below for videos, descriptions of the Access to the Experts presentation and occasional handouts.

Judi Dodson

The Arc of Vocabulary - Oral Language Links to Reading Comprehension

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Dr. Fumiko Hoeft

Cognitive and Socio-Emotional Resilience in Children with Dyslexia

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Jamie Martin

Postcards rom the Cutting Edge: A Road Trip of Assistive Technology for LD Students

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Dr. Louisa Moats

Wanted: Teachers with Knowledge of Language and Literacy

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Dr. Louise Spear-Swerling

Differences That Matter: Common Profiles of Reading Difficulty and their Value for Educators

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Dr. Gary Troia - Part II

Supporting Struggling Students in Disciplinary Writing - Comprehensive Evidence-Based Writing Program

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Professional Training with AIM

AIM's groundbreaking digital delivery platform, AIM PATHWAYS, allows our team to make a range of in-person learning experiences available online and to take online learning to a new, more interactive level, while providing trained teachers access to "just in time" diagnostic and prescriptive tools to use in school. Graduate credits for AIM Pathways courses are also available. From evidence-based training using Scarborough's Reading Rope to programs in other research-based methodologies, AIM offers teacher training programs aligned with current best practices and the most up-to-date research in both online and onsite learning environments. 

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