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To the Classroom

Jennifer Serravallo
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Jennifer Serravallo interviews leading literacy researchers and scholars about their work. In each episode, she's joined by colleagues from her consulting team to talk about practical implications from the interview that educators can bring right to the classroom.


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Latest Episodes

Today I welcome Dr. Gholdy Muhammad. She’ll teach us about the importance of including qualitative research, her studies of the Black Literary Societies of the 1800s, and how that research has inspired her instructional framework which includes ident... more

5 days ago

Today’s guest is Dr. Edmund Adjapong, a scholar whose work focuses on engaging youth through culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogies centered around embracing Hip Hop culture in the classroom. In the second half of the episode, I’m joined by ... more

12 days ago

Today I welcome Dr Carla España and Dr. Luz Yadira Herrera for a conversation about supporting bilingual and multilingual students in monolingual or dual language classrooms. We discuss culturally and linguistically-affirming and sustaining practices... more

19 days ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 65 ratings
  • Fantastic!

    These podcasts are just what busy teachers need: They’re practical, research-based segments that leave you wanting more! Love it!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Research gone practical!

    These episodes are interesting, engaging, motivating, reaffirming and reflective. Listen to learn more about reliable research and how we, as educators, can bring it and apply it in our classrooms in practical and doable ways.

    Apple Podcasts
    Literacy consultant- lealc
    United States3 months ago
  • Hooked after the first episode!

    Love the content-- practical strategies and applications, rooted in the latest research.

    Apple Podcasts
    Marshmallows 02:)
    United States3 months ago
  • Empowering Classroom Practitioners

    This podcast is the gift 🎁 I’ve been waiting for! Jennifer Serravallo helps teachers bridge the gap between research and practice by exposing us to the expertise of brilliant scholars and making accessible to all.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • So excited!

    I keep your strategy books on my shelf ready to access at all times. They are a go to when I need a specific anchor chart or some guiding questions. I’m excited for the podcast and know it will be useful!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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