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Judy Hanning / Feb 15, 2018
If there was a cure for dyslexia, would you take it? Or has dyslexia improved who you are?Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 29, 2018
Here are 11 reasons why should encourage your child to read for pleasure.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 28, 2018
Americans need to put more emphasis on literacy. High literacy levels affect our wealth and well-being.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 25, 2018
Is you child in grades 6-12? Help them do a close reading. It only takes 5 simple steps!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 17, 2018
Did you know the average human attention span is now shorter than a goldfish? Learn how you (a marketer) can change your strategies to gain the attention of others.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 17, 2018
Nelson Mandela stated, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Learn about the importance of literacy here!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 12, 2018
Bonnie’s story about her son’s struggles with dyslexia offers a really important parent perspective on those with difficulties reading. Her strategy to teach students how to read for meaning is so important, not just for developmental skills in children, but also for grown adults.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 8, 2018
Auditory processing disorder is somewhat common. It has a strong effect on learning but there is much that can be done. Learn about it in this infographic.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 3, 2018
Who hasn't spent time sitting staring at a blank piece of paper? It won't write itself. Learn these 10 tips for essay writing.Read more
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
A really concise, but informative video about how dyslexia was first discovered in nineteenth-century Britain. What is especially poignant about this video is its visual depiction of dyslexia: it presents words backwards, which, although confusing, is perhaps intended to illustrate the struggles of those with dyslexia.Read more