11 Oct 2017
Reading difficulties can be a result of many different issues. Problems can develop because of the way a child originally learns to read, or because of an attention, memory, or processing issue. Many parents feel like they’ve failed their children when they discover their children have...
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11 Oct 2017
As anyone who has worked with an early reader knows, reading is not an intrinsic skill. A child’s brain has not yet evolved to develop a region specific to reading alone. Instead, children’s brains have adapted to rely on different regions in the brain to collaborate...
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5 Oct 2017
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Determining a child’s reading rate is a great way to identify a struggling reader, simply by dividing the number of words a child reads correctly by the total amount of reading time. In first grade, a struggling reader in the 10th percentile reads just six words...
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21 Sep 2017
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The number of struggling readers in the U.S might surprise you. Even in the best schools, you’ll find students with reading difficulties. This is because reading difficulties don’t discriminate—struggling readers are found throughout the country and at every socioeconomic level. What’s worse, statistics show that once...
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