The Washington Post by Valerie Strauss March 27, 2019 This is an unusual post about the “reading wars,” that seemingly never-ending battle about how to best teach reading to students —admin
The future of education: are the real needs of students being neglected in favour of grades and test scores?
Equal Times 14 December 2022 by José Alvarez Diaz ...However, as Sahlberg explains, studies show that education models of this kind have thus far failed to improve the quality of teaching.admin
School News by Sharon Meyerkort 2nd December 2022 The Oxford Australian Children’s Word of the Year (CWOTY) is chosen after analysing millions of words and tens of thousands of stories writtenadmin
EduResearch Matters AARE by Pat Thompson December 1, 2022 One way or another, my research always concerns a “wicked” problem. I simply want to know how schooling can be made betteradmin
Debra Crouch and Brian Cambourne 2022 This article first appeared in the Fall 2022 issue of the Journal of Reading Recovery. The Journal of Reading Recovery is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Readingadmin
The Conversation November 22, 2022 by Maya Gunawardena ... A 2017 Grattan Institute report found as many as 40% are unproductive in a given year because they are disengaged. This is aadmin