Oracy Framework rubric
Emma Nahna joined us for a follow-up webinar to explore in more detail strategies teachers can employ to support oral language development across the primary school years
Professor Emerita Naomi Baron of American University discussed the extensive research from the past decade that has explored the nature and impact of reading digitally
Powerful practices for building oral language capability from our webinar with speech language therapist Emma Nahna
Speech language therapist and literacy consultant Emma Nahna talks about the fundamental importance of oral language as part a broad, rich literacy programme
The role and value of school libraries.
Priorities and guidelines for developing a school-wide literacy policy.
Dr Christine Braid shares her vast knowledge and expertise around the processes involved in learning to read and write
Research-based strategies for encouraging boys to read for enjoyment.
Teachers from Burnside Primary share the findings of their multi-year focus on supporting and improving oral language in the early primary years
A summary of some of the key insight's from Helen Wall's highly informative webinar on teaching writing
Dr Helen Walls, classroom practitioner and researcher, will present the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of writing instruction, including the re-evaluation of some widely-accepted practices
How to build on early writing instruction in the middle and upper primary years
An introduction to the essential components of early writing instruction
Exploring the need for open, constructive dialogue to improve literacy achievement in New Zealand
What the research says about current literacy levels in New Zealand
This report from The Education Hub provides an overview of our research findings, including recommendations for how to improve the state of literacy in New Zealand
The perilous state of literacy in New Zealand – The Education Hub launches its latest report with a panel discussion
The importance of literacy is promoting a wide range of outcomes in education and beyond
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