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Norwegian Reading Centre

PhD Education at the University of Stavanger

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Can algorithms understand reading and writing difficulties?

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Welcome to the Norwegian Centre for Reading Education and Research

The Norwegian Reading Centre is an active research centre within the Faculty of Arts and Education a

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Perceived emotional support from the teacher is associated with higher achievement in reading

A recent Norwegian study shows strong associations between first grade students feeling liked and re

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Research Unit for Assessment of Literacy Skills (RUALS)

The Reading Centre’s Research Unit for Assessment of Literacy Skills (RUALS) develop reading- and wr

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Studying storybook apps in language focused reading activities in kindergartens

Researchers at the Norwegian Reading Centre will study the use of storybook apps and print picture b

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DigiHand – Handwriting skills in digital classrooms

DigiHand explores the emergence of handwriting skills in digital classrooms.

Perceived emotional support from the teacher is associated with higher achievement in reading

A recent Norwegian study shows strong associations between first grade students feeling liked and re

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Four signs that your toddler is (about to become) a reader*

Do you read for your toddler?

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Recent PhD thesis: Great potential in letting pupils read demanding literature

When secondary school pupils read demanding fiction, they become engaged by the difficult nature of

The importance of thorough development processes

A new research projects aims to develop new measures for middle school students who struggle with re

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Engaging reading instruction in middle school

The research project ENGAGE will provide teachers with more knowledge on reading difficulties in mid

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PIRLS 2021: Progress in International Reading Study

PIRLS assesses the reading skills of 10-year-olds around the world.

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Reducing the number of children with reading difficulties

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Increasing the Opportunities to Differentiate Literacy instruction

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The Norwegian Reading Centre

The Norwegian Reading Centre is an active research centre within the Faculty of Arts and Education a