Canadian media have reported on concerns that due to pandemic school closures students are falling behind in learning, and specifically in reading. Research from Alberta examined reading test scores from this p… Learn more.
A love for reading can be hugely valuable for children. The benefits of leisure reading include increased general knowledge, a positive impact on academic achievement, enhanced reading ability and vocabulary gro… Learn more.
2020 has been a particularly tough year for those approaching the latter years of high school. Young people have witnessed large-scale economic insecurity and unstable education systems. Teenagers have reported high … Learn more.
As this tumultuous year comes to a close, the Australian summer is an ideal time to relax and escape through reading. Like many people, Australian teenagers have experienced higher rates of psychological distress th… Learn more.
While some people excel at learning from a textbook, others struggle to connect with the written word. Professor Kevin Dalby offers a simple, easy-to-understand strategy for comprehending complex texts, such as cours… Learn more.
How to arouse a taste for books in children? This is a question that many professionals and parents ask themselves and to which there is not just one but a multitude of answers. Indeed, each child is different and … Learn more.
Learning to read is one of the most important skills and strongest predictors of success. Studies show that children who develop strong reading skills are more successful in school, more likely go to university and … Learn more.
In full vacation, although this year they are certainly far from the normality to which we were accustomed, the eternal question arises: how to get children to read? As a good enduring (and challenging) dilemma, it do… Learn more.
Christmas is just around the corner. If you’re wondering what to get your child, your friends’ children, your nieces, nephews or basically any very young person in your life – I highly recommend picture books. … Learn more.
When I was younger I decided to learn Greek. I learnt the letter-sound correspondences and could say the words – the sounds, that is. But although I could and still can decode these words, I can’t actually read Gre… Learn more.