The Importance Of Seeing Yourself In What You Read
One third of ethic minority children don’t recognise themselves in any texts they read and this is undermining their commitment to reading, according to new research. Emily Best, of the National Literacy Association in the UK, explains the findings.
Students Join Real-World Research Project Into Genetics
An open-ended research programme into genetics called Stan-X is encouraging school students to participate in real science in the UK and internationally. Gareth Lewis reports.
Immersive Story Telling Is Trending In Classroom Edutainment
The simple story is being revolutionized as video games, film, TV, audio and printed worlds merge to develop interactive formats that absorb children, encourage engagement and deep-learning. Intrigued? Confused? Then read on.
A Curriculum Planning Tool For Teaching Climate Change
Sue Lyle outlines a curriculum planning tool for organising an approach to teaching and learning around environmental damage, the loss of bio=diversity and the forces in play in creating, and the obstacles to stopping, climate change