Scotland: 'Why Scotland is getting it wrong on phonics' Anne Glennie's pioneering work in the TES Scotland

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Scotland: 'Why Scotland is getting it wrong on phonics' Anne Glennie's pioneering work in the TES Scotland

Postby Debbie_Hepplewhite » Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:52 am

This is a brilliant article in the 'TES Scotland' by pioneer and IFERI founding committee member, Anne Glennie. It is succinct, to the point, and references important developments in North Carolina (US), Australia and Tasmania:


'Why Scotland is getting it wrong on phonics'

Scotland risks falling behind if it does not take a more evidence-based approach, says Anne Glennie



https://www.tes.com/news/why-scotland-g ... ng-phonics


What is wrong with the people in power in education and politics - why don't they make the leap to quality systematic synthetic phonics - why do they continue with their heads buried under the sand and in complete denial (or it is ignorance) of what is going on for the teaching of English?

Here is an amazing record of the personal efforts of Anne Glennie in Scotland - she is an extraordinary lady and outstanding pioneer:

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