Gay Su Pinnell


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Gay Su Pinnell is Professor Emeritus in the School of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University. She has extensive experience in classroom teaching and field-based research, and she has developed and implemented comprehensive approaches to literacy education. She has been principle Investigator for two large-scale research projects, two utilizing randomized design. She has worked extensively in clinical tutoring and early intervention for young struggling readers. She received the International Reading Association's Albert J. Harris Award for research in reading difficulties. She also received the Ohio Governor's Award for contributions to literacy education and the Charles A. Dana Foundation Award, given for pioneering contributio ...more

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“Most learning problems exist not within the child but in the inadequacy of the system to find a way to teach them.”
Gay Su Pinnell, When Readers Struggle: Teaching That Works

“The goal of intervention is to use their strengths to learn what they need to know next to benefit fully from classroom instruction.”
Gay Su Pinnell, When Readers Struggle: Teaching That Works

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