Only available to residents of Western Australia
Recent research by neuroscientists at Stanford University has highlighted the difference between reading for pleasure and reading for learning, suggesting that "… paying attention to literary texts requires the coordination of multiple complex cognitive functions." and that analytical reading is a “… type of cognitive training.” They suggest “… it's not only what we read – but thinking rigorously about it that's of value.
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Offers reading, listening and writing skills in Chinese, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Maori and Spanish.
A pre-K to grade 5 individualised, computerised reading program for home use