There is emerging evidence on how reading comprehension is linked to mathematics performance, although the research in this area is sparse. Linguistic factors that may affect mathematics performance include phonological processing, language comprehension, reading comprehension, and problem translation and may even be crucial for mathematics problem-solving.
Author: Akanksha Bapna
Designing for scale: Learnings from a design-based research study of a technology-based personalised learning mathematics platform
Oct 3, 2022
This blog outlines some of the learnings from the first phase of a research study that aims to understand how to optimise learning on a technology-supported personalised learning (TSPL) platform and the role of technological affordances, facilitation and peer learning in improving learning outcomes. We evaluate an offline TSPL mathematics…
Jul 11, 2022
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a seismic shift in education - not only in its delivery but also its goals. Here we identify five opportunities emerging from the pandemic that can help bring socioemotional learning to the front and centre of learning goals.
Sep 6, 2021
This article was written by Akanksha Bapna, Senior Research Fellow; Susan Nicolai, Director of Research; and Sam Wilson, Research Assistant; all with the EdTech Hub and based at the...