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Globally there is a push to have the science behind learning to read brought into teacher training, classroom practices and ongoing professional development.
There is much that can be done by parents and teachers to help develop a child's working memory and overcome this barrier to learning.
A child uses working memory to hold on to information long enough to use it. It affects a child's ability to concentrate and complete minor, everyday
(Updated 18 April 2020) Many companies & organizations that deal with children's products have generously made certain online options available for free. It is time
Why wait for failure and its repercussions? Taking a 'wait and see' approach to the development of your child's literacy skills is a dangerous game
Do you know enough about Grade R to make an informed decision about where to place your child? If your child has already been placed,
Isobel Abulhoul has led a tireless campaign to improve literacy and a love of books, particularly for children. She makes many valuable points in her
I have such fond memories from my childhood of my mom reading aloud to us girls. I can still smell her, feel the fluff of
Rebecca Bellingham puts forward the idea that reading aloud to groups of children makes it possible for some children to "get inside a book" in
There are a multitude of factors that determine a child's academic success. However, there are indications that developing a sense of responsibility and accountability can