Read some useful advice and find resources to help interpret education research studies.
Audiobooks continue to be extremely popular. But do they really “count” as reading?
Does text messaging affect literacy? This question is still debated. Read about current research and using texting to teach literacy.
Learn why multitasking is a myth and can cause harm. Try out some alternative productivity techniques.
Combining visuals with words can help students learn.
The Skills for Success model includes nine skills needed to participate and thrive in Canadian life.
The Learner Variability Navigator is a free tool that translates research into learner factors and teaching strategies.
Audiobooks are a popular format that everyone can enjoy. They can help engage developing, reluctant and struggling readers.
How is active play connected to children’s literacy?
Learning styles are a popular myth about learning. They are widely accepted but there’s no evidence to support their existence.