Being able to read is critical to success in later life, while illiteracy is often a pathway to unnecessary hurdles and issues in life. Therefore, teaching children to read is of paramount importance. Unfortunately, many dedicated teachers have been misled by menacing misconceptions about reading instruction. In this article, you will discover more about 4 […]
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Emina is an academic at La Trobe University, teaching language and literacy to undergraduate and postgraduate students, and conducting a range of research projects with colleagues, including through the SOLAR Lab. Emina’s background is in speech-language pathology, education, child and adolescent psychiatry, and public health. She is interested in evidence-based practice in education, language and literacy instruction, cognition, mental health, pedagogy, professional learning and the teacher/speech pathologist interface in schools.