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 EduTECH 2019: Expert shares what young readers need

Reading instruction, perhaps more than any other teaching practice, has always been fiercely contested, with the ‘war’ between phonics and whole language instruction reaching right back to the 1800s. In recent times, however, a lot of evidence-based research has underscored ...

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EduTECH 2019: Writing tool a hit in schools

Data shows there has been a worldwide decline in writing achievement. In trying to understand and counter this, Littlescribe founder and CEO Jenny Atkinson found that children needed a more authentic purpose for their writing and a sense of ownership. ...

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The privacy minefield

Protecting students’ information has become an incredibly complex task; breaking data into categories and using common sense can help simplify things. Towards the end of her presentation at Education Review‘s recent 2016 ProtectEd conference in Sydney, Anna Johnston from Salinger ...

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‘Sound Storm’ game helps kids fight hearing issue

Some parents may now want their kids playing more video games. Well one game anyway. The federally funded National Acoustics Laboratory (NAL) has developed “Sound Storm”, a game app that it says improves the listening ability of children with spatial processing disorder. ...

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