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« on: December 17, 2011, 08:55:31 AM »

Hi all! Please see our latest blog post introducing Dr. Richard Gentry who will be contributing to our BrillKids Blog!
(I'm especially pleased since my blog posts are so far and few in between!)  rolleyes   blush

Dr. Richard Gentry Joins The BrillKids Blog!

We’re thrilled to announce that Dr. J. Richard Gentry will become a contributor to the BrillKids Blog! 

A former University professor and elementary school teacher, Dr. Gentry brings to BrillKids over thirty years of experience in the field of early education.  He is also the author of many books including Raising Confident Readers: How to Teach Your Child to Read—From Baby to Age 7.

Dr. Gentry joined the BrillKids Foundation team earlier this year to help with our “early education for every child” mission.  Now, he will also be contributing his thoughts on early childhood education on the BrillKids Blog.

By way of introduction, we took the opportunity to conduct a written interview with Dr. Gentry for the benefit of BrillKids members.

-How did you first come across the concept of baby/toddler reading, and what were your first thoughts about it?
I’ve studied beginning reading for over thirty years and have written books about how very young children learn to read in school. Although I knew many children learned to read as babies and toddlers before entering school, there is little research on 2- and 3-year-old readers and I had not worked with them, so like most reading professors and researchers, baby/toddler reading was an academic blind spot. After being invited to write a book for parents about raising readers, my first thoughts were “Get to work!” I had waited too long to investigate this important topic. It took me three years to write the book!
- Was there anything that surprised you about the subject, or which you didn't realize before?
Almost everything I learned surprised me—there were new discoveries about beginning reading with great potential for the reading world. The work I did with parents who were successful teaching their babies and toddlers to read opened new doors to my thinking. I learned that babies learn to read differently and more easily than children who learn to read in school from formal instruction and that the most important aspect of early reading was interaction with loving parents and bonding. I’m convinced that baby/toddler reading has long-term positive effects on children such as better facility with language, building intelligence, and boosting academic success in school.
- Why do you think some experts are slow to accept the notion that babies can read?
Some experts don’t understand the importance of early “word reading.” Baby/toddler readers likely go through a different set of steps for organizing the reading brain circuitry than six-year-old nonreaders who learn to read from formal instruction in school. Some experts don’t recognize that babies pick up reading easily from developmentally appropriate interactions with parents and they have special language capacities from birth to age three, just as they do with learning multiple languages, enabling them to do remarkable things with learning to read during this special window of opportunity for brain development. Most of the experts who are skeptical think real reading begins with phonics and they don’t recognize that given the right exposure, toddlers can intuit the rules of phonics over time just like they intuit the rules of grammar which are necessary to speak in sentences.  I predict that new discoveries from brain scanning will soon show  development of the beginnings of brain circuitry for reading in babies and toddlers.  Magneticelectroencepholography has potential to show changes in brain architecture with babies reading words as early as eight months of age and perhaps potential to track how the toddler’s reading brain circuitry grows over time.My hypothesis is that the studies will show development as baby/toddler readers move from reading words to couplets to sentences along with other language related developments. (for more on this see “Revolutionary Machine Reveals Baby Geniuses”

We know that early reading also includes a lot of early memory reading by children who love reading their favorite books over and over with their parents. But surprisingly, teaching babies and toddlers to read need only take little time—five or ten minutes a day along with routine story reading and book sharing. It’s really about brief lessons that are more like word games to the child, lessons that are fun to play with mom, dad or a care giver along with enjoying books together. All children should have these experiences as babies and toddlers. Experts who aren’t in favor of baby/toddler reading don’t get the concept. They usually think it’s forced, formal, or beyond the babies capacity to read. Of course, it isn’t.
- What do you think are the keys to success in teaching babies and toddlers to read?
From an instructional standpoint the keys to success are found in the acronym READ: Repetition—Enthusiasm—Attention—Drawing. (Early pencil and paper activity often leads the child to try writing and to think about how the system works.) But the real keys to success are simple: parent interaction and bonding, enjoying books and word games, never using force. Reading? If you put it out there and let babies and toddlers have fun with it they soak it up.
- If you had President Obama's attention, what would you tell him?
I would probably ask to talk to Michelle. I’d say let’s do for baby toddler reading what you have done for childhood obesity—make it a national priority. I would explain how baby/toddler reading could revolutionize educational reform in America and do more than any other single concept to erase the achievement gap (because the achievement gap starts before kids enter school), and then I would explain why America needs to lead a campaign for baby/toddler reading worldwide. Coupled with today’s technology, imagine a world where every child learns to read joyfully and has a chance at self-fulfillment. Everyone benefits. Baby/toddler reading is a powerful concept for a bright world future.





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« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2011, 07:33:39 PM »

Good Afternoon (or Morning) KL and Dr. Gentry,

This is wonderful news!  As we say in Arabic, "Ahlan wa sahlaan", which means:

""Ahlan" literally means "family, kinfolk."
"Sahlan" literally means "easy."

The origin of the phrase is حللت أهلاً ووطئت سهلاً. Loosely translated, it means, "May you arrive as part of the family, and tread an easy path (as you enter)."

We look forward to reading your articles in the near future.

~ Ayesha

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« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2011, 08:59:37 PM »

Fantastic news! Looking forward to new BrillKids Blog posts with Dr Gentry as I was always looking forward to his excellent posts on Psychology Today!

And for those who have not seen these yet, here are some of Dr Gentry's Psychology Today blog posts, they are excellent and a great resource to share with others who just learning about the concept of Baby reading and technology:

Conquering Fear of Technology Helps Parents Teach Babies and Toddlers to Read

Healthy Digital Habits for Babies

Early Home Schooling Can Save American Schools

Baby Reading in 1900 versus Today

Is There a “Baby Can Read” Witch Hunt?

Digital Media and the Future of Beginning Reading: Brilliant Babies Reading Words!

Teach Your Preschooler to Read!

Are Commercial-Product Claims that Babies Can Read Overblown?

Kindergarten—Ready or Not? Should You Redshirt Next Year?

Parents—Empower Kids as Thinkers with Picture Books

Can Babies Really Read? What Parents Should Know!

Your Baby Can Read—Just like Carl, or Why Johnny Can’t Read and Carl Can

The Brain-Based Formula for Teaching Your Child to Read from Baby to Age 7


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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2011, 12:55:20 AM »


You are very welcome, Dr Gentry. I'm so pleased to have you join the Brillkids Team. I have found your book 'Raising Confident Readers-From Baby to Age 7' very, very useful in teaching my child. Thank you so much for that great book.

Further, I have read all your articles on early learning on Psychology Today and have found them extremely useful. Thank you so much for those great insights. It is rare to find an expert who believes that babies can be taught to read.

I highly recommend Dr Gentry's book and articles to all Brillkids members. Very good stuff.

A huge thank you to KL for bringing Dr Gentry on board. Very much appreciated.

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« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2011, 05:11:16 AM »

Welcome Dr. Gentry! We are so grateful that you are wiling to share your knowledge and vast experience to help us better educate our children.   smile

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« Reply #5 on: December 22, 2011, 07:42:30 AM »

This is great news! For me personally it is so importatnt to have people like Dr. Richard Gentry on this forum becouse early learning and especially early reading is not something that people here in Slovakia would 100% agree with.  Sad
I study Social work and once I wanted to ask one of my professors (special needs educator) about sign language, early reading and math becouse I feel very strong about it and she just replied to me not to take it too seriously and not to believe everything that comes from the USA  mad  and that I only asked about the sign language ! .
I am also a preschool / kindergarten teacher and I believe that EL is very important. So Dr. Richard Gentry you are very welcome here.


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« Reply #6 on: December 22, 2011, 08:17:14 AM »

This is a great news for parents and the teachers.You are most welcome by everybody for giving the real insight to the parents and teachers.I am started playschool and my daughter big grin  is the first learner.for me its a great window to explore my knowledge for my baby and the school itself.

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« Reply #7 on: December 22, 2011, 08:59:06 AM »

Welcome to the forum Dr Gentry. I wanted to read up on you before I added my welcome. Basically because there are so few experts in early learning I wanted to make sure you really knew what you were talking about  wub Well it appears you have a fairly good idea  smile and so I welcome you with arms wide open.
I read everything I could find on you and even ordered a copy of your book which ( much to my surprise) I havnt actually read!
I truly hope your voice makes a difference in the general populations attitudes towards early learning and that your push gives the scientific proof we need to move the masses.
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« Reply #8 on: January 01, 2012, 02:04:30 PM »

Welcome to the forum Dr Gentry. Welcome Welcome Welcome... LOL

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« Reply #9 on: January 28, 2012, 02:31:51 AM »

Welcome Dr. Richard Gentry.
We are so grateful that you are wiling to share your knowledge and vast experience to help us better educate our children .
Thank you very very much

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« Reply #10 on: February 12, 2012, 09:15:30 AM »

Thanks Skylark   for  sharing important information.  smile

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« Reply #11 on: February 23, 2012, 11:39:15 AM »

Thanks for all the links!  I'm off to the library to get the book tomorrow!

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« Reply #12 on: February 27, 2012, 03:39:56 PM »

What a wonderful interview from a professional! Thanks for the links to so many articles.

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English then this LR can be good tool to teach our children here.

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