Steele--Jeannie L. (Education Faculty)
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April 5-10, 1992 is National Reading Week
Public Relations News Release 1991:469, p.1
|3/11/1992||A 60 second public service announcement concerning reading aloud to children is offered for airing during National Reading Week.|
What you can do if your child hates to read
Public Relations News Release 1990:437, p.1
|4/8/1991||Parental example is helpful in getting children to read.|
Helping kids who hate to read
Public Relations News Release 1990:446, p.1
|4/1/1991||Parents need to be good role models and make reading a priority in their lives.|
Learning how to read isn't always easy, especially if you're an adult.
Public Relations News Release 1989:652, p.1
|5/21/1990||Jeannie Steele says there are numerous programs available to people who want to improve their literacy skills. Steele says volunteer programs that match readers with people who have literacy problems have been proven to be extremely successful.|
University of Northern Iowa reading clinic brings success to children accustomed to failure (national literacy day is Sept. 8.)
Public Relations News Release 1989:44, p.1
|9/6/1989||Up to 20 students with reading problems from the Cedar Falls and Waterloo school systems are accepted into the Reading Clinic's program. All grade levels take part in the Clinic's program.|
The nation strives for literacy -- what progress is being made?
Public Relations News Release 1989:26, p.1
|9/4/1989||Jeannie Steele, says it's the responsibility of both parents and educators to make sure children can read and write. There are things parents can do if they think their child is having a problem with reading or writing.|
Reading skills are often marred by learning disabilities.
Public Relations News Release 1988:526, p.1
|6/19/1989||Jeannie Steele says parents need to look for learning disabilities long before their children enter school. Learning disabilities usually aren't found until the child is in school and having problems, but there are a number of ways to correct them.|
Reading to children helps establish lifelong reading skills.
Public Relations News Release 1988:410, p.1
|4/17/1989||Jeannie Steele, says there are things parents can do to make their children better readers. Parents can use newspapers and magazines to create "reading games" that will help develop essential reading skills.|
Which comes first, writing or reading? (say so long to the chalk board.
Public Relations News Release 1988:283, p.1
|2/6/1989||New program that uses phonetic spelling systems, and computers, is changing the way children are taught to read, spell and write.|