John Munro provides advice on how to help students with reading difficulties following research into the results of the ERIK program over the last 8 years.
The attached article Scientific take on reading to tackle the teaching guesswork was published in the Australian at the end of 2014.
Speech Pathology Australia has announced the winners of its 2014 Book of the Year Awards.
A summary report outlining the final OLSEL research findings.
‘Raising the Children Network’ aims to provide information that can help parents with the day-to-day decisions of raising children, and to also help parents and carers look after their own needs.
Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards
THE best way to start children reading is to get them talking first.
New video clips are located throughout the website.
Supporting Oral Language and Reading Development in the Early Years
This report is written each month by Hugh McCusker, the OLSEL Research Project Officer.
More resources for parents are available under each of the categories in the Literacy Resources section, providing resources and strategies for parents to support their children’s oral language development and early literacy learning.
The Research Articles page provides teachers with current articles on a variety of topics.
Parent Resources section now available under Literacy Resources, VISIT NOW!
A study investigating children who are identified with late language emergence at the age of 24 months, known as ‘late talking’ and whether or not they recover from the late start -up or whether it has a longer lasting risk for language acquisition.
The OLSEL Progress Report is written each month by Hugh McCusker the OLSEL Research Project Officer.
This report is written each month by Hugh McCusker the OLSEL Research Project Officer.
The oral language needs of students commencing school are noted as a cause for concern and leading to calls for additional speech pathologists, reports the Sunday Herald Sun (13th September 2009).
A study undertaken in Melbourne, exploring early communicative development and implications for students in the early years of schooling.
It provides an overview of the progress of the OLSEL project, to date.