Issue 5, July 2018
In this edition, we canvass topics such as providing whole-school support for students with learning difficulties, South Australia's trial of the Year One Phonics Check, why the term dyslexia is useful, why it's time to call a truce in the reading wars, and the history of Direct Instruction.
What we’ve been reading: Nomanis editorial team
South Australia's trial of England's Year One phonics check - why we need it: Jennifer Buckingham and Kevin Wheldall
We can do better than Reading Recovery: John Kenny
We should not get rid of the term dyslexia: Linda Siegel
War and Peace in reading – how about a truce: Jim Rose
The long history of Direct Instruction research – Part 1: Kerry Hempenstall
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