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Dyscalculia / Oct 16, 2018
Children with dyscalculia are doomed when it comes to mastering math. Agree, no? Read onRead more
Dyscalculia / Sep 23, 2018
Is your intelligent child struggling in school? Doesn't make a lot of sense does it? Actually smart children have difficulty with academics quite often. They might learn a little differently or just have a weakness in a basic learning micro-skill which can cause learning difficulties. Fortunately the brain has plasticity and can be molded. New learning skills can be developed. Learn how to take a proactive approach by checking out this article.Read more
Education / Jun 13, 2018
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
Neuroscience of Learning / Feb 1, 2018
Believe it or not, playing a video game might be more effective for kids with dyslexia than traditional reading treatments. Sounds strange but there's good reason for it. The Action enhances sight to sound recognition. Exciting new studies have shown it to be true. Learn more in this article.Read more
Mathematics / Nov 8, 2017
There’s an app for everything -- even for learning math!Read more
Dyslexia / Nov 8, 2017
The amount of online advice for learning with dyslexia can seem daunting, so we're to help you sift through it.Read more
Neuroscience of Learning / Nov 8, 2017
Imagine you were told that you could put an end to disabilities. Researchers from Eaton Arrowsmith Academy in Washington think they have an answer.Read more
Dyslexia / Jul 13, 2017
Thanks to a few good souls, computers are accessible to just about anyone: even for those with dyslexia. What if we were to tell you that there are customized fonts for your children?Read more
Reading / Jul 3, 2017
Life in the classroom for children is generally a sedentary affair. So do physical exercises during lessons help them become better academically?Read more