Wiley Blevins is the author of Sadlier’s new From Phonics to Reading for Grades K–3. This program aligns with the Science of Reading research and was recognized as a high-quality foundational skills program by EdReports. See complete review here. Embedded professional development along with a critical review and repetition cycle make early reading mastery possible for every student.
Wiley has taught elementary school in both the United States and South America. A graduate of Harvard Graduate School of Education, he has written the International Literacy Association's (ILA) Leadership Brief, Meeting the Challenges of Early Literacy Phonics Instruction and over 15 books for teachers (including Phonics from A to Z, A Fresh Look at Phonics, Building Fluency, and Teaching Nonfiction), authored elementary reading programs, conducted research on topics ranging from fluency to using decodable text, and regularly trains teachers throughout the United States and Asia. His current interests include using adaptive technology and working with districts to correct instructional and material deficits. Wiley lives in New York City and also writes children’s books.
Wiley has three new From Phonics to Reading programs; the Interactive Practice Bundle for practicing and applying newly taught skills; the Fluency Booster Practice Book, which provides a variety of practice for building fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills; and Interactive Assessments offering diagnostic, formative (Lesson), and summative (Unit) assessments in an interactive format online.
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