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Sometimes, higher up in secondary school, we forget to teach reading strategies, assuming students already have them. In many cases this stops them from achieving their best. The strategies outlined in the graphic here would be a good start to putting reading back on the agenda and teaching it explicitly.

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Announcing the Release of the New Visme

A powerful new version of Visme featuring a new text editor, audio recording, global color palette and hundreds of new infographic templates.

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Visme has been updated. Quoting its creators “…we can comfortably say the new Visme is easier to use and all around more refined”.
Thanks for the suggestion to Belle Balace.

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Right Question Institute – A Catalyst for Microdemocracy

The Right Question Institute is a non-profit organization in Cambridge, MA focusing on education, healthcare, parent involvement, voter engagement and microdemocracy.

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The best place for work on questions in the classroom.

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