Meet the Team
Research Coordinator, Center for Reading and Language Research
Primary RAVE-O trainer
Stephanie Gottwald, M.A., is the Research Coordinator at the Center for Reading
and Language Research at Tufts University, where she is also pursuing a Ph.D. in
literacy and language development. She received her master's degree in
linguistics from Boston College, where she began her work studying child
language acquisition and syntax. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship
to Germany. She is currently the primary RAVE-O trainer and a frequent speaker
on reading development and disabilities.
Wolf, M., Gottwald, S., & Orkin, M., (2009) How Multiple Linguistic Emphases in
RAVE-O Instruction Improve Multiple Reading Skills. Perspectives. Fall
Wolf, M. Barzillai, M., Gottwald S., Miller, L., Spencer, K., Norton E., Lovett,
M., & Morris, R., (2009) The RAVE-O Intervention: Connecting Neuroscience to the
Classroom. Mind, Brain, and Education, 3(2),84-93
Wolf, M., Gottwald, S., Galante, W., Norton, E., & Miller, L. (2009). How the
origins of reading inform reading instruction. In P. McCardle & K. Pugh. (Eds.),
How children learn to read: Current issues and new directions in the integration
of cognition, neurobiology and genetics of reading and dyslexia research and
practice. New York: Psychology Press.
Wolf, M., O'Brien, B., Gottwald, S., & Christodoulou, J. (2006) Letters,
neurons, and Pascal: A triptych of the reading brain's evolution, development,
pathology, and intervention. In K. Fischer & A. Battro (Eds.), Mind, Brain
and Education in Learning Disorders. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University
Gottwald, S. (2002) Websites for second language research.
Second Language Research; 18 (1).