Category Archives: National Literacy Trust

NLT study: “Using ebooks increases boys’ reading progress and makes them keener, more confident readers.”

Today, the National Literacy Trust has published a new study entitled The Impact of ebooks on the Reading Motivation and Reading Skills of Young People: A study of schools using RM Books. The study is one of the first and … Continue reading

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Forfar Academys experience of the NLT study with RM Books

For a number of years, pupils have been asking if I could stock e-books in the school library. I was keen to do this, but was experiencing problems with the technology required to access them, and I wasn’t sure where … Continue reading

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Kick start your reading for pleasure programme this half term

With half term looming, why not encourage your students to read for pleasure over the break from as little as 22p per student for the week. Students are more engaged if they are reading appropriate books, that interest them, at the … Continue reading

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RM Books and Accelerated Reader™ work well together

RM and Renaissance Learning today announce an unprecedented join-up between RM Books and Accelerated Reader™. These popular school software services are available as Apps through RM Unify, RM’s portal to the best web content for education. When used this way, students can find … Continue reading

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Take part in the National Literacy Trust’s research project studying the impact of ebooks as an educational tool

We are looking for primary and secondary schools to take part in the National Literacy Trust’s exciting new research study into the impact of ebooks on children’s and young people’s reading motivation and reading attainment. An ever increasing number of … Continue reading

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