• 10 proven tips for coping with exam stress

    High school student looks at a book while studying for an exam

    It’s been years since educators were taking final exams — but few can forget the (often compounding) feelings of stress about high-stakes tests, blended with mounting excitement about the summer break to follow. But students are all too familiar with these feelings. For example, over 57% of Canadian students feel anxious about failing mathematics, which is higher than the average for Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.

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  • How the “Science of Reading” promotes mastery of this critical life skill

    Elementary age boy reads a book while laying on the floor

    Literacy is the cornerstone of academic achievement, career success and lifelong learning. Yet, despite its undeniable importance, access to quality reading education remains inequitable, plagued by systemic issues and barriers that can hinder educational opportunities. In many cases, a student’s success is determined by the school they attend or who governs their school board.

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  • Author Q&A with Drs. Brett and Bob Bruininks

    BOT-3 Authors: Brett D. Bruininks, PhD, Robert H. Bruininks, PhD

    Jump for joy! BOT-3 is coming soon!

    The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency™, Third Edition (BOT™-3) is one of the most-anticipated product updates of the year, and we know you’ve got questions! We sat down with the BOT-3 authors, Drs. Brett and Bob Bruininks, to talk about customer- and research-led updates to this widely used motor skills assessment, and all the new features you can expect to see when it releases later this year.

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