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Report: Research Evidence on Reading for Pleasure


Report: Research evidence on reading for pleasure The first section of the document highlights research evidence on reading for pleasure from domestic and international literature; exploring evidence on the trends and benefits of independent reading amongst both primary and secondary- aged children, as well as why children read. The second section covers the evidence on … Continue reading Report: Research Evidence on Reading for Pleasure

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August 29, 2019


Report: On the Edge of Adulthood


Report: On the edge of adulthood: Summary of Key Findings from the Competent Learners at 16 project Competent Children, Competent Learners is a longitudinal study which began in 1993 and follows the progress of a sample of around 500 New Zealand young people from early childhood education through schooling and beyond. Several reports from the … Continue reading Report: On the Edge of Adulthood

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August 28, 2019


Article: The Impact of Reading for Pleasure and Empowerment


Article: The Impact of reading for pleasure and empowerment “There is strong evidence that reading for pleasure can increase empathy, improve relationships with others, reduce the symptoms of depression and improve wellbeing throughout life, new research carried out for The Reading Agency has found. The report, conducted by BOP Consulting and funded by the Peter Sowerby Foundation, … Continue reading Article: The Impact of Reading for Pleasure and Empowerment

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August 27, 2019


Website: NatLib NZ Reading for Pleasure – A Door To Success


Website: National Library of NZ Reading For Pleasure – A Door to Success “Aside from the sheer joy of exercising the imagination, research shows reading for pleasure improves literacy, social skills, health, and learning outcomes.” This website outlines the many benefits of reading for pleasure and offers many links to supporting research. Visit the National … Continue reading Website: NatLib NZ Reading for Pleasure – A Door To Success

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August 26, 2019


Article: How Do Librarians in Schools Support Struggling Readers?


Article: How do librarians in schools support struggling readers? Written by Margaret Kristin Merga Abstract: While librarians in schools often face significant budgetary cuts, they can play an important role in supporting learning in literacy and literature. However, little is known about the practices that they may employ to this end. Of particular interest is … Continue reading Article: How Do Librarians in Schools Support Struggling Readers?

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Article: Researcher’s Perspective: Is teacher librarianship in crisis in digital environments? An Australian Perspective


Article: Researcher’s Perspective: Is teacher librarianship in crisis in digital environments? An Australian perspective Abstract: “The information environment of a good school library has been undergoing a transformation, powered by technology and trans-media influences in our classrooms. The role of the teacher librarian is to promote books, reading and research, in old ways and new … Continue reading Article: Researcher’s Perspective: Is teacher librarianship in crisis in digital environments? An Australian Perspective

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July 17, 2019


Article: Inquiry skills in the Australian Curriculum: A bird’s-eye view


Article: Inquiry skills in the Australian Curriculum: A bird’s-eye view “The Australian Curriculum is a living document, and developing, implementing and evaluating it is a major logistical exercise. Teacher librarians are likely to be the only staff member in the school with a bird’s-eye view of the curriculum.” Abstract: “This paper presents an analysis of … Continue reading Article: Inquiry skills in the Australian Curriculum: A bird’s-eye view

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July 14, 2019


Article: School libraries, teacher-librarians and student outcomes: presenting and using the evidence


Article: School libraries, teacher-librarians and student outcomes: presenting and using the evidence Abstract: “Evidence is required to ensure the future viability of school libraries and teacher-librarians. Education policy makers and school principals need detailed, reliable evidence to support informed decision-making about school library resourcing and staffing. Teacher-librarians need evidence to guide their professional practice and … Continue reading Article: School libraries, teacher-librarians and student outcomes: presenting and using the evidence

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July 12, 2019


Article: Challenges for teacher librarianship in the 21st century


Article: Challenges for teacher librarianship in the 21st century In her three-part article, Barabara Combes of Edith Cowan University, investigates the three main challenges faced by the profession of teacher librarianship in the 21st century, technology, time and workload, and status and role. Read the part one in Issue 66 of SCIS Connections.  Read the … Continue reading Article: Challenges for teacher librarianship in the 21st century

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July 10, 2019


Article: Reviewing the research and evidence: Towards best practices for garnering support for school libraries


Article: Reviewing the research and evidence: Towards best practices for garnering support for school libraries Excerpt: “Though not exclusive to school libraries, concerns about cutting funding to libraries have been common in the popular media in the past few years. For example, during the past few months alone, the American Library Association has given extensive … Continue reading Article: Reviewing the research and evidence: Towards best practices for garnering support for school libraries

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July 8, 2019


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