Four signs that your toddler is (about to become) a reader* (13.08.2019)
Perceived emotional support from the teacher is associated with higher achievement in reading (10.04.2019)
It is important to give first graders confidence in their literacy skills (16.10.2018)
PhD Defence: Motivation for reading within the first year of formal reading instruction (18.09.2018)
Study finds relationships between language proficiency, play and social competency in 2 year-olds. (20.04.2018)
VEBB – a central project in Norwegian early education research (25.01.2017)
Are girls really better at reading than boys – or are the tests painting a false picture? (18.01.2017)
Children’s risk of reading and writing difficulties can be identified early (25.08.2016)
Pupils’ critical view of literature education (25.08.2016)
First graders can read like experts (18.05.2016)
What exactly is dyslexia? (22.12.2015)
New research project on teacher-pupil ratio (21.12.2015)
Two-year-olds with poor language skills fall behind at play (11.11.2015)
Home reading environment is crucial for children's reading skills (19.10.2015)
Nordic Journal of Literacy Research set for launch (30.09.2015)
Poor motor skills in two-year-olds could indicate slow development in mathematical proficiency (09.09.2015)
Even as two-year-olds, girls are more independent and sociable (27.08.2015)
Health in every word (07.04.2015)
Weak readers struggle the most on screen (07.04.2015)
Keeping track of early learning (10.02.2015)
Extra problems with reading difficulties (05.01.2015)
Girls have better motor skills than boys (05.09.2014)
Taking the measure of toddlers (14.05.2014)
Reading is good for your health (30.09.2013)