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In Memoriam: Kenneth S. Goodman (1927–2020)
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https://literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2020/03/17/in-memoriam-kenneth-s-goodman
In Memoriam: Kenneth S. Goodman (1927–2020), Kenneth S. Goodman, often referred to as the founding father of the whole language approach, and colleague, Yetta M. Goodman, with whom he collaborated frequently. Goodman, professor emeritus, Citation of Merit (1986). In 1989, he was inducted into the Reading Hall of Fame. “Ken Goodman, .” “The world lost another giant,” wrote Gary Stager upon learning of Goodman’s death. “Ken Goodman, considered one of the most influential scholars in the field, Goodman’s work was often as polarizing as it
James V. Hoffman Remembers Kenneth S. Goodman
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James V. Hoffman Remembers Kenneth S. Goodman, On March 12, ILA past president Kenneth S. Goodman passed away peacefully at home. Goodman, . In this series of posts, several of Goodman’s colleagues reflect on the indelible impact of his work and his life. Ken Goodman’s legacy as a literacy scholar is a treasure that future generations will continue, lineage, I would flow 100% Ken Goodman. My major professor was Dave Allen—a self-described “original, Goodman describes as centered on revaluing the learner, or what Ken expressed in one of his favorite
Brian Cambourne Remembers Kenneth S. Goodman
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Brian Cambourne Remembers Kenneth S. Goodman, On March 12, ILA past president Kenneth S. Goodman passed away peacefully at home. Goodman, . In this series of posts, several of Goodman’s colleagues reflect on the indelible impact of his work and his, Chall said to me, “Brian, there’s this fellow from Wayne State called Ken Goodman who’s been writing, State, Jeanne asked me to write an evaluation of the RMI and summarise Ken Goodman’s work. The result was my first paper to be published in Reading Research Quarterly (RRQ), “Getting to Goodman.” It
P. David Pearson Remembers Kenneth S. Goodman
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P. David Pearson Remembers Kenneth S. Goodman, On March 12, ILA past president Kenneth S. Goodman passed away peacefully at home. Goodman was without question one of the most influential scholars in the field of literacy education. In this series of posts, several of Goodman’s colleagues reflect on the indelible impact of his work and his life. When I received the email from my colleague Patty Anders letting me know that Ken had died, my heart stopped. We knew this day would come eventually, but when it did, it seemed surreal

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