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How parents can support secondary learning

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RESEARCH-INFORMED RESOURCES

Supporting primary-aged children to write: Ideas for parents

A set of strategies to help parents support and motivate children to work on their writing at home.

Encouraging older children to read independently: Ideas for parents

A set of straightforward tips to help parents support older and independent readers at home.

Principles of home-based learning for parents

An introduction to the principles of home-based learning and how parents can support their children’s learning and wellbeing.

Learning at home: A visual scheduling tool for children with autism spectrum disorder

A visual scheduling tool designed to help parents of children with ASD support their learning and wellbeing while on lockdown.

Research-backed strategies to help you learn

A set of six straightforward strategies that have been proven by research to help students learn more effectively.

"The teaching community relies on The Education Hub for reliable, evidence-based information – it's great they're able to offer this kind of support to parents too right now."

Heather, ECE centre manager

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