Natalie has spoken about The Knowledge Gap and other topics to a variety of groups, including teachers, school administrators, and members of the general public. See below for links to recordings of some of her past presentations and information about upcoming speaking engagements.
Charlotte Teaching Fellows Institute, recorded presentation on The Knowledge Gap, August 12, 2020. Click here for video.
The OC for the Social Studies, recorded ten-minute presentation on why teaching social studies is teaching reading, July 17, 2020. Click here for video.
Webinar Sponsored by American Reading Company, May 13, 2020. Click here for video.
Presentation at Belk Foundation event on “North Carolina and the Science of Reading,” Raleigh, NC, February 13, 2020 (“The Knowledge Gap: What Cognitive Science Tells Us About Reading Comprehension and the Importance of Building Knowledge”). Click here for video.
Webinar Sponsored by Newsela, Thursday, January 30, 2020 (“Diving Into The Knowledge Gap with Natalie Wexler”). Click here for video.
Webinar Sponsored by Amplify, November 19, 2019 (“America’s Knowledge Gap with Natalie Wexler”). Click here for video.
Public Square, Santa Barbara, October 20, 2019 (“Closing the Knowledge Gap”) (Audio)
MIT Science of Reading Symposium, Cambridge, MA, June 4, 2019 (“Why It’s So Hard to Translate Cognitive Science into Classroom Practice: A Few Theories and Suggestions”). (Video)
October 27-28, 2020: The Reading League 4th Annual Conference (virtual).
November 12, 2020: Presentation to parents sponsored by the New York Charter Schools Association (virtual).
November 17, 2020: Webinar on The Knowledge Gap and social studies sponsored by inquirED.
February 10, 2021, New Orleans: Keynote and session at Plain Talk About Literacy and Learning, sponsored by the Center for Development and Learning.
August 31-September 2, 2021, Wichita: Kansas MTSS Symposium.
If you’re interested in having Natalie speak at an event, please contact her at Natalie@nataliewexler.com.