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21 FebSinging, rhyming, oral storytelling, and reading aloud are essential for helping children learn a language, along with the listening and concentration skills essential for brain development and memory.
14 FebMost students in New Zealand schools today were born this century, they’re part of Generation Z or the iGeneration. Do you know what matters to this generation? What sort of future do they want? How can you help them make it a reality?
05 FebPicture books are great resources for engaging students of all ages, including secondary students, with reading for pleasure and learning according to two recent seminars.