Reading

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Comprehension strategies
Comprehension strategies

Associate Professor John Munro discusses why readers require a range of strategies in order to comprehend text independently and spontaneously.

The power of a good book
The power of a good book

There’s nothing quite like losing yourself in a good book. But, did you know that reading for enjoyment is also associated with higher academic achievement?

A novel addition to the team
A novel addition to the team

As a follow up to our popular Books for reluctant readers series, Teacher is pleased to introduce the newest member of the team.

Books for reluctant readers: Part 3
Books for reluctant readers: Part 3

In the final part of our video series on books for reluctant readers, Teacher speaks to Carmel Eyre, College Librarian at Glen Eira College, Victoria, about her favourite books for the reluctant reader.

WISE 2014: Celebrating creativity and innovation
WISE 2014: Celebrating creativity and innovation

The annual World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards celebrate creative projects from across the globe. Here's a snapshot of the six winners.

Research in the classroom
Research in the classroom

Teacher speaks to poster presenters at this year's ACER Research Conference about a reading intervention program, and the 'teaching brain' in action.

What are young people reading outside class?

Have the reading formats that young people engage with outside class time changed since 2005? Find out in this Teacher infographic.

Books for reluctant readers: Part 2
Books for reluctant readers: Part 2

In Part 2 of our video series on books for reluctant readers, Teacher speaks to Peter Hillman, Head of Library and Information Services at Scotch College in Victoria, about his top picks.

Books for reluctant readers
Books for reluctant readers

Teacher ventured to Victoria’s south-east to Dandenong High School and spoke to Maria Papazoglou, Manager of the school’s Learning Resource Centre, about books for reluctant readers.