Parallels between reading and math

Anna Stokke:

Here’s a quote from founding father of whole language Ken Goodman, in an article written by @ehanford in 2019, when confronted with research evidence from cognitive science.
“In his view, three cueing is perfectly valid, drawn from a different kind of evidence than what scientists collect in their labs. “My science is different”

Here’s NCTM president Kevin Dykema in a debate with @HKorbey last week, where Holly makes an appeal to follow cognitive science research on math instruction and results gathered from RCTs.
“I would have to see the math education researchers saying we have to move to explicit instruction. And for all the research that they’re all conducting to show that. And as soon as all the math education researchers are saying, start with explicit instruction, then I’m good.”