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Research and classrooms collide with new writing tool

Friday 6 Nov 2015

An online tool developed by researchers at CSU is helping teachers assess, monitor and report on their students' writing skills development.

NAPLAN fails children with communication impairment

Monday 28 Sep 2015

Research from CSU has shown how children with communication impairments fare far worse in the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) than typical children and most have no access to speech pathology services.

Spelling ability predicts students’ writing success

Monday 21 Sep 2015

Research at CSU has shown how a student's proficiency in spelling, grammar and punctuation can predict their success with writing.

Grant to examine impact of classroom practices on literacy

Thursday 3 Sep 2015

Researchers at CSU have received a national research grant to examine the impact of classroom practices on students' oral language and literacy development.

Global view of children’s speech and language

Tuesday 1 Sep 2015

The development of speech and language and how it can shape a child's future will be discussed at the 2015 Bob Meyenn Education Lecture at CSU in Albury-Wodonga on Wednesday 9 September.

Spelling Bee not to be taken seriously

Tuesday 4 Aug 2015

The Great Australian Spelling Bee does not translate to real world learning and should not be taken seriously by parents or teachers, according to a CSU spelling expert.

Spelling expert sizes up new television series

Friday 31 Jul 2015

Will the fanfare of Australia's latest game show shine a light on children's literacy in the 21stcentury, asks CSU spelling expert.

CSU mourns loss of champion for education

Friday 31 Jul 2015

CSU has paid tribute to a courageous advocate for quality education and a long-standing and committed academic.

Understanding communication diversity in Fiji

Friday 17 Jul 2015

Research at CSU is examining childhood speech and language diversity in Fiji to help develop culturally and linguistically sensitive services for Fijians with communication disabilities.

Study to support refugee students at university

Tuesday 14 Jul 2015

New guidelines have been developed to help universities support and retain students from refugee backgrounds as they move from Australian high schools into tertiary education.

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