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Judy Hanning / May 26, 2019
Captivating an audience can easily be done by following these 7 steps.Read more
Kara Skarda / May 13, 2019
Would you like the next school year to be better than the last? Teachers know and studies show that what happens over the summer can be a determining factor. Kids who are already behind often fall further behind. But it doesn't have to be the case. In fact, if you do the right things over the summer it can lead to great grades in the following year. Read the article to find out more.Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 14, 2019
Teachers, have you ever asked yourself, "how can I help each student read?" Here are 10 ways you can turn all your students into fluent readers.Read more
Phil Weaver / Feb 23, 2019
We've just released this data from our dyslexia test and what it is telling us points to easier solutions for reading difficulties. Take a look and tell us what you see in the data.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 15, 2019
Teachers, have you ever asked yourself, "how can I help each student read?" Here are 10 ways you can turn all your students into fluent readers.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 10, 2019
There are ways to help struggling readers at a neurological level—these 4 ways.Read more
Phil Weaver / Jan 9, 2019
Reading requires several underlying skills. Has your child developed them properly?Read more
Kara Skarda / Jan 8, 2019
Bring up dyslexia and you're sure to start a debate. Opinions vary on what it is and what it is not. Very official sounding organizations have defined it by their own terms and that fuels the debate. In general, it's a mess. Find out more in this article.Read more
Phil Weaver / Jan 3, 2019
It's very evident that, for many children, reading practice is not the best way to improve reading. Here's one technique that shows incredible 40% gains. If you are pushing a lot of reading practice and it's not working maybe you should consider other methods. Stop banging your head against a wall.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 2, 2019
Unfortunately, in the world of dyslexia, there are a lot of misunderstandings and outright misunderstanding. Much of it spread by well-meaning people. Much of this is due to old ideas (100 years old) still being spread and some is simply due to semantics. Parents need to educate themselves about what it really is and isn't. This article is a great start.Read more