Nomanis Notes are written for use by parents, educators and other professionals who work with children. They contain concise descriptions of the evidence pertaining to specific educational practices, some of which may be regarded as controversial. Many of the articles consist of revised and updated versions of the MUSEC Briefings, previously published by Macquarie University Special Education Centre.
All Nomanis Notes can be found here.
The following Nomanis Notes were written by members of MRU:
- Issue 1: Is it a scam? [https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/81f204_56a95d9e0a7b4b13a9d42acaa7c714a4.pdf]
- Issue 2: What is direct instruction? [https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/81f204_9c9551a55dfb410b993fbdf29532e912.pdf]
- Issue 3: Is the concept of learning styles useful? [https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/81f204_092479785aad453393eb46d382ae2e61.pdf]
- Issue 5: Does classroom seating influence classroom behaviour? [https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/81f204_fcdbc44faf964f2da44fb225e56d0408.pdf]