Tag Archives: Reading

On SAGE Insight: Children’s perceptions of the importance and value of reading

From Australian Journal of Education We may perhaps take for granted that the importance of reading is well understood by children, given the position of reading as a fundamental literacy skill, the regular practice of which is strongly associated with … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Special issue: Reading in the Age of the Internet

Guest editors: Daniel Allington and Stephen Pihlaja From Language and Literature  Reading has changed with consumer adoption of digital technologies, and its changes are many: from the new ways in which users of such technologies can now access texts to … Continue reading

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The interplay between Elementary school students’ academic skills and individual support from the teacher

Elementary school teachers adapt their instructional support according to students’ academic skills A variable and person-oriented approach From International Journal of Behavioral Development This study increases our understanding of the role that an individual student’s academic performance plays in the … Continue reading

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Big Brother Mouse book party!

Every year, SAGE makes a number of donations to school libraries around the world through our annual Books for Schools programme. One recipient in 2011 was Big Brother Mouse in Laos. They recently held a book party, and set up a book … Continue reading

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