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Health, Sports & Psychology 

World Toilet Day

Toilets save lives. We've compiled some resources to help raise awareness for the 3.6 billion people who do not have access to toilets and proper sanitation.

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Education & Development 

Reading: re-asserting the potency of the personal

In this article, Professor Teresa Cremin considers how discovering children’s intrinsic motivation as readers can build reciprocal communities of readers.

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Education & Development 

Reading for pleasure: just window dressing?

In this article, Professor Teresa Cremin explores how talking about texts, their possible meanings and interpretations should be placed at the very heart of the reading curriculum

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Education & Development 

Reading communities: why, what and how?

In this article, Professor Teresa Cremin considers the long term aim of developing readers for life and challenges us to consider effective strategies and practices to genuinely achieve this.

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Education & Development 

Do children have agency as authors?

Teresa Cremin, Professor of Literacy in Education at The Open University explores whether children are given enough autonomy when it comes to writing.

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Education & Development 

Writing from the heart

Teresa Cremin, Professor of Literacy in Education at The Open University explores whether we offer young writers enough opportunities for ‘writing from the heart’

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Education & Development 

Writing for pleasure?

Teresa Cremin, Professor of Literacy in Education at The Open University explores whether we nurture young people’s enjoyment in writing.

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