Lindsay Cochrane is the creator of the I Can Read in French Phonics Program and Sound Wall, and the co-creator of Pratique phonémique. She works with both francophone and French Immersion schools across Canada, designing and delivering workshops as well as providing much-needed French language resources. Lindsay taught French Immersion in Toronto for 12 years at four different schools, starting in primary homeroom before moving into special education. Knowing firsthand the challenges of being on the frontlines in the classroom, her goal is to support teachers by giving them the knowledge and tools needed to help their students learn to read using evidence-based instruction. She holds B.A., M.A., B.Ed., and TESOL diplomas, and is both LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) and CERI (Center for Effective Reading Instruction) certified.
| August 15, 2023
Lindsay Cochrane is the creator of the I Can Read in French Phonics Program and Sound Wall, and the co-creator of Pratique
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