Some worry the themes in “George” are too advanced for elementary school children. Others love it for its message of inclusion.
Category Archives: Reading and Writing Skills (Education)
Mr. Rollins devoted almost all of his career to an unusual combination of art-making and teaching, and to the group known as Tim Rollins + K.O.S.
Mark Seidenberg makes a strong case for how brain science can help in the teaching of reading.
Coding class? Zumba? No longer just repositories for books, New York’s public libraries have reinvented themselves as one-stop community centers that aim to offer something for everyone.
A forthcoming paper by researchers in France and Norway suggests that there may be some cognitive drawbacks to reading even short works of literature on a screen.
Even as the emphasis shifts to the keyboard, experts say that learning to write by hand improves motor skills, memory and creativity.
A move by the British education minister Michael Gove to ensure that students read more British literature comes at the expense of American works.
The education theorist E. D. Hirsch, criticized as elitist a generation ago, has seen his ideas adopted by hundreds of schools.