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There are many factors that contribute to a child’s literacy development. However, differences in the anatomy of the brain can hinder a student’s ability to learn how to read but the human brain changes over time. Teachers can apply teaching strategies that change the actual physiology or structure of the brain to help struggling readers learn how to read.

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#Infographic: Inside the Brain of a Struggling Reader #WeAreTeachers


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