Your guide to effective literacy instruction – out now
An accessible, up-to-date guide to evidence-informed practice in teaching reading and spelling is now available to purchase from The Bookshop by MultiLit.
MultiLit wins the inaugural Decodable Book Series award
We are proud to announce The Wattle Series of InitiaLit Readers has been named the winner in the inaugural Decodable Book Series.
New webinar on teaching for positive behaviour change
Join Positive Teaching and Learning consultants Jill Hellemans and Micaela Rafferty for a discussion on how we can teach our way towards learner engagement and away from crisis.
MultiLit appoints Dr Anthony Dillon to the Closing the Gap Initiative
MultiLit, a leading provider of effective literacy instruction in Australasia, is proud to announce the appointment of Dr Anthony Dillon as Indigenous Advisor to the MultiLit Closing the Gap Initiative.
Screening for comprehension
Launched in January 2022, our new test, the Wheldall Sentence Comprehension Screener (WSCS), can identify young children who have difficulty with comprehension who may benefit from receiving targeted language comprehension and/or support.
MultiLit to provide programs under Closing the Gap Implementation Plan
MultiLit is delighted to have been invited by the Australian Government to provide reading and spelling programs for students in majority Indigenous schools.
Response to the draft Australian Curriculum for English
MultiLit calls on ACARA to ensure the new curriculum for literacy is underpinned by evidence.
New student resources available for InitiaLit
MultiLit releases new Handwriting resources for InitiaLit customers in NSW and South Australia.
MultiLit to deliver programs online with OpenLearning
Education technology company OpenLearning Limited has entered an agreement to provide its lifelong learning platform for MultiLit.
Retraction and apology from the University of Canberra and Dr Rachel Cunneen
The University of Canberra and Dr Rachel Cunneen issued a retraction and apology for statements about Professor Kevin Wheldall, Dr Robyn Wheldall and Dr Jennifer Buckingham.
New More to Explore resource for Foundation students
Users of our InitiaLit Readers Levels 1-9 (Series 1) with Foundation students will be excited by the release of a More to Explore student workbook to accompany this series.
Retraction and apology from Australian Literacy Educators’ Association (ALEA)
The Australian Literacy Educators Association (ALEA) issued a retraction and apology for statements made by Dr Rachel Cunneen during a presentation.