Monthly Archives: May 2015

Stanford study on brain waves shows how different teaching methods affect reading development

Stanford Report, May 28, 2015 Stanford Professor Bruce McCandliss found that beginning readers who focus on letter-sound relationships, or phonics, increase activity in the area of their brains best wired for reading. Beginning readers who focus on letter-sound relationships, or … Continue reading

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Recent study shows brain differences in children with dyslexia, dysgraphia

Structural brain differences between children with dyslexia and dysgraphia and children who are typical language learners have been observed by researchers in a recent study at the University of Washington. Researchers say the findings prove that using a single category … Continue reading

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