Stanford Taylor, Honorary Member, International Reading Association
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Stanford Taylor

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Honorary Member

Phone: (302) ***-****  HQ Phone
International Reading Association
800 Barksdale Rd. PO Box 8139
Newark, Delaware 19714
United States

Company Description: The International Reading Association is an organization of reading professionals with over 80,000 members in nearly 100 countries, dedicated to promoting higher...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Founder and President
    Educational Developmental Laboratories , Inc.

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Reading Plus
  • Board Member
    Amackassin School
  • Board Member
    Taylor Center for Reading Research
  • Founder
    Instructional/Communications Technology , Inc.

Education

  • M.A
12 Total References
Web References
Stanford E. Taylor, ...
www.readingplus.com, 11 May 2014 [cached]
Stanford E. Taylor, M.A.
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Stanford E. Taylor, M.A.
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Mr. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Associates and the designer of the original Reading Plus program. He is a pioneer in the introduction and use of technology to improve reading. An honorary member of the International Reading Association Honor Society, he has published numerous articles and books related to silent reading fluency.
Reading Plus :: Our Advisors
www.readingplus.com, 18 Sept 2013 [cached]
Stanford E. Taylor, M.A
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Mr. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Associates and the designer of the original Reading Plus® program. He is a pioneer in the introduction and use of technology to improve reading. Mr. Taylor continues to draw from decades of experience, contributing to the ongoing evolution of the Reading Plus® program. He is an honorary member of the International Reading Association Honor Society and has published numerous articles and books related to silent reading fluency.
Reading Plus | Silent Reading Fluency Development
www.readingplus.com, 27 Aug 2009 [cached]
Stanford E. Taylor, M.A Founder, Chairman Reading Plus® / Taylor Associates/Communications, Inc.
Stanford E. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Associates and principal designer of the Reading Plus® system. Prior to establishing Taylor Associates, Mr. Taylor was founder and president of Educational Development Laboratories, Inc. (EDL/McGraw-Hill) and subsequently Instructional Communications Technology, Inc.
A pioneer in the introduction and use of technology to improve reading/listening in the classroom, Mr. Taylor designed, manufactured, and distributed a variety of reading improvement devices, initiated the concept of the reading lab, and introduced the first mobile reading lab.
He previously served as a reading technology supervisor in the Bethpage, NY, schools, a reading technology instructor at Wagner College in Staten Island, NY, director of the Amackassin School in Blairstown, NJ, director of the Taylor Center for Reading Research in Huntington, NY, comprehension skills editor for Popular Science Magazine. He is an honorary member of the International Reading Association and the author of the National Education Association publication, "What Research Says to the Classroom Teacher about Listening. Mr. Taylor has published numerous articles for American Education Research Association journals and contributed to the publication of over 300 books and instructional programs in the area of reading.
Reading Plus :: 07-23-2012
www.readingplus.com, 23 July 2012 [cached]
BY READING PLUS® CHAIRMAN STANFORD E. TAYLOR
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Taylor Associates, producers of award-winning Reading Plus®, are pleased to announce the publication of a paper by company founder and chairman Stanford E. Taylor. The paper appears in the most recent issue (Spring 2012) of The New Mexico Journal of Reading (NMJOR). Entitled FRP: The Fundamental Reading Process, the paper provides an overview of Mr. Taylor's FRP theory, which states the essential skills of reading are visual/functional competence, perceptual accuracy and efficiency, and information processing. Mr. Taylor has published extensively on this topic and has conducted numerous research studies to support his FRP theory.
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Mr. Taylor's expertise about how we read and how we can improve our reading is well-known and well-respected by leaders in academia and education technology. "I'm very glad to see today's researchers spending more time investigating the importance of foundational reading skills," Mr. Taylor said. "The development of these skills plays a vital role in ensuring our students will develop the capacities required for engaged reading and learning." Mr. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Associates and the designer of the original Reading Plus® program. He is an innovator in the introduction and use of technology to improve reading. Mr. Taylor continues to draw from decades of experience, contributing to the ongoing evolution of the Reading Plus® program. He is an honorary member of the International Reading Association Honor Society and has published numerous articles and books related to silent reading fluency. Reading Plus® is a web-based reading intervention system that uses innovative technology to provide individualized scaffolded silent reading practice for students in primary and secondary schools as well as at the post-secondary level. The Reading Plus® system, designed in alignment with current reading research, develops and improves reading proficiency by providing extensive engagement in high- success, differentiated reading activities. To read Mr. Taylor's NMJOR paper, visit Stanford Taylor NMJOR.
Reading Plus | Silent Reading Fluency Development
www.readingplus.com, 3 July 2010 [cached]
Stanford E. Taylor, M.A Founder, Chairman Reading Plus®/ Taylor Associates/Communications, Inc.
Stanford E. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Associates and principal designer of the Reading Plus® system. Prior to establishing Taylor Associates, Mr. Taylor was founder and president of Educational Development Laboratories, Inc. (EDL/McGraw-Hill) and subsequently Instructional Communications Technology, Inc.
A pioneer in the introduction and use of technology to improve reading/listening in the classroom, Mr. Taylor designed, manufactured and distributed a variety of reading improvement devices, initiated the concept of the reading lab, and introduced the first mobile reading lab.
He previously served as a reading technology supervisor in the Bethpage, NY, schools, a reading technology instructor at Wagner College in Staten Island, NY, director of the Amackassin School in Blairstown, NJ, director of the Taylor Center for Reading Research in Huntington, NY, comprehension skills editor for Popular Science Magazine. He is an honorary member of the International Reading Association and the author of the National Education Association publication, "What Research Says to the Classroom Teacher about Listening. Mr. Taylor has published numerous articles for American Education Research Association journals and contributed to the publication of over 300 books and instructional programs in the area of reading.
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