Welcome to Sound Principles for Literacy

Mar 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Featured

A career-long collection of “best practices” for educators and thought-provoking wisdom needed a collective entity and a place to be. A moment of inspiration yielded the collective entity – Sound Principles for Literacy, and the “best place to be” was the internet.

Sound Principles is a play on words. “Sound” is a critical part of literacy – it brings life to oral language when we speak, read, and write. Knowing the sounds that letters represent and being able to make sense of the print “code” of English is essential to being literate. “Sound” also means “having a firm basis . . . valid . . . worthy of confidence”.  While there is information on this site is about See the Sound/Visual Phonics, a “sound” strategy for literacy and speech skills, “sound” instruction also takes into account the melding of science & education relative to the brain, the movement-learning connection, and attitudes of both teachers and students.

This web site is a snap shot of who I am, my interests and what I love. There are many things I enjoy  – writing, reading, music, fitness, photography, and “wisdoms” to name a few. I also love the challenge of “connecting the dots” for others, so this web site is a collection of information and best practices that I offer to bring better understanding about learning and life to others, whether they be educators, college students, parents, or children.

From time to time, new articles and posts are added. Some are written by me and some by colleagues and friends. To view the latest articles and posts, click on Recent Posts to see the list and select what you want to read. Enjoy!

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