This report outlines findings from our survey exploring young people’s literacy-related interactions both within, and in relation to, video games.
ResearchView details ResearchView detailsThis report explores the role that digital tools and resources can play in addressing the gender and disadvantage gap in young people’s literacy attitudes and outcomes, combining... ResearchView details
Playful storytelling: The role of interactive audio in building children’s literacy skills and engagementOur new report commissioned by Tonies shows how audiobooks can help build reading engagement with younger children
What else we know about technology
- More than one-third (34.3%) of young people agreed with the statement, “Reading on screen is cooler than reading a book”, increasing to half (49.9%) of boys who don’t enjoy reading. Find out more.
- Half of parents are worried about the impact of fake news and misinformation on their children’s lives (50%) and don’t think their children have the skills they need to spot it (52%). Find out more.
- Almost a quarter (23.3%) of teachers say they have received no training to use technology to support literacy. Find out more.