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Inspiration from a New Zealand teacher

Hi readers. On our National Radio last week, I listened to an inspirational teacher from New Zealand named Hamish Brewer….

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In the World Today

In the world today it is assumed that everyone can read and write. Literacy and numeracy are the 2 most…

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Leaders in Reading Recovery

Dame Marie Clay {1926 – 2007} was born in New Zealand, Wellington, and was, and still is, a worldwide authority…

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New Reviews Received from Schools Around the World

Hi everyone. The school year has started in the Northern hemisphere and our books are winging their way to many…

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Why We Created a New Edition for the UK

Hello! Spring is in the air in the Southern hemisphere and the promise of a new start. In the Northern…

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New Version of the UK Book is Available Now

Hi everyone I want to share this exciting news through our blog page!! New Version of My Dictionary for the…

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New Ranking Of Top Countries In Reading, Science, And Maths

The OECD is out with the latest global rankings of how students in various countries do in reading, science, and…

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Why is Literacy a Basic Human Right?

I have just listened to an interesting interview about literacy on TV. Literacy is a basic human right as without…

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Reading Picture Books

We want our students to understand that readers are always thinking. When we share picture books with them we can…

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Is Spelling So Important?

  Tessa Daffern, Noella M Mackenzie, Brian Hemmings   Abstract Writing provides a means for personal reflection, thinking, creativity, meaning-making and sharing,…

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