About Jocelyn

I recently presented at the Sharing Best Practice Conference, Sydney. If you were not able to make it, you are able to access video of the main presentations thanks to Training 24/7 here.

You can hear the audio of my presentation by clicking the link below

I am an experienced educator and school leader committed to supporting teachers to bridge the research to practice gap in literacy. My experience working with vulnerable and disadvantaged children in remote areas of Australia has given me the proof that all children can learn to read and write, regardless of disability, location, socio-economic status or cultural background.

I am committed to promoting research and evidence based literacy practices in reading instruction including explicit teaching in the ‘Big 6’ – oral language, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. I teach reading and writing instruction methods according to the ‘simple view’, which honours the importance of oral language development as well as the necessary skills of decoding and encoding.

I look forward to sharing information and methodology with you through the No-Nonsense Educator Blog, downloadable resources, video clips and webinars.

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