New heights in literacy instruction for students with intellectual disability


Recent research indicates individuals with intellectual disability can learn to read at a higher level than previously thought. In this R2P podcast, publications manager, Lorraine Sobson, speaks with researcher Chris Lemons about what this new information means for practice. Listen to learn tips that will help you improve literacy outcomes for these learners. Chris authored the article, 10 Research-Based Tips for Enhancing Literacy Instruction for Students With Intellectual Disability, which appeared in TEACHING Exceptional Children.

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About the guest:
Chris Lemons is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education at Peabody College, Vanderbilt.

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