Educational Technology

July 20, 2017

Children’s reading books should only have ONE picture per page to maximise learning, researchers find

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

by Mark Prigg, Daily Mail

While children’s book are often brightly coloured and stuffed with pictures, new research has found they could actually be making it harder for children to learn to read. University of Sussex psychologists have shown that having more than one illustration per page results in poorer word learning among pre-schoolers. They say more than this leads to ‘picture overload’ among toddlers.

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