What Can We Learn From Research on Learning At Events?

Many people have different opinions on what should be done when it comes to planning and organizing writing and reading events for kids. Some parents believe that such events should be very boring, while others think that they should be very interactive. They also believe that they should be more targeted towards improving specific skills in the academic arena. There are also those who believe that such events should be very simple and without many complications. When it comes to writing and reading events for kids, there are numerous theories that have been discussed by researchers.


Research That Has Been Conducted

Several researches have been conducted looking at the effect of writing and reading activities on various aspects of development, such as cognitive, linguistic, social and emotional skills, as well as motor skills. The study of these responses to the written data gathered from the students, and that of their parents and the teachers was done taking into consideration the size of the writing and reading events, the frequency of these activities and the multiliteracy of these events. Based on these findings, a multiple regression analysis was conducted, basing its analysis on this variable. It was found that the multiliteracy of these written and reading activities had a significant impact on the development of skills in areas like math, reading and writing. Therefore, a descriptive analysis of these data was also conducted on the basis of the logistic regression analysis.

The results of this study showed that there was a significant positive relationship between the frequency of participating in writing and reading events and the quality of each of these components. It was further found out that girls had higher levels of multiliteracy, and higher levels of mathematics and reading, while boys had higher levels of writing and reading, but lower levels of math and science. These results indicated that girls were better equipped with the basic elements of literacy, while boys were more adept with some aspects of increased mathematical and reading proficiency. These results also indicated that the multiliteracy of girls was related to their level of literacy culture, which is highly related to their gender roles in society.

Another research by Richard Lazarus and John Norton had similar results. They conducted a meta-analysis on forty-nine different researches on five continents. Based on these results, they determined that four factors were important determinants of literacy levels: social class, institutional environment, parental gender role and de la libertine. Furthermore, de la liberte culture was directly related to measures of personal beliefs, which included conservative versus liberal attitudes. The results also indicated that the early identification into formal education encouraged reading and writing, which further contribute to literacy development.

Choosing Your Events

As to writing and reading events, the results showed that the level of involvement in reading was positively related to math and science achievement. Students’ motivation to learn math and science improved as they were given formal lessons about these subjects. Furthermore, teachers and parents are able to notice when students don’t pay attention during reading sessions. By using various tests and questionnaires, teachers can see how much time students spend on reading rather than watching television, video games or using other distractions. It is, therefore, advisable for schools to conduct a regular assessment of their students’ reading and writing skills to gauge their progress towards achieving academic success.

Research findings on learning is also important in understanding the impact of technology on learning. It has been observed that students in an organized learning setting, where processes such as writing and reading are carefully guided by experienced instructors, do better at mastering tasks than those who are left to their own devices. Advanced technology equipment, such as computers, have also contributed to the advancement of learning. For instance, computers have been found to help students in learning reading and spelling.