Reconsidering Silent Reading
Despite previous research finding that silent reading is not proven to raise reading achievement, literacy experts now say there are ways to make it work in your classroom.
How is learning to talk related to learning to read? In what ways is reading like operating a vehicle? Can struggling readers ever really catch up? This top 10 list answers these and many more questions about reading.
The Center on Brain Injury Research & Training in Eugene, Oregon, wants to learn how much K-12 teachers know about traumatic brain injury. Take their brief survey and you'll be entered for a chance to win one of five $200 cash prizes.
What is the difference between dyslexia and a specific learning disability in reading?
A reading tutor offers detailed guidance on selecting an appropriate research-based reading program based on your student's specific deficits.
Dr. Dale Fink uses case studies to examine the experiences of children with disabilities participating in after-school youth programs alongside their typical peers.
Behavior experts debate whether the pervasiveness of the ADHD label in the U.S. is due to genetic factors or overdiagnosis.
In this webcast, a bilingual speech-language pathologist discusses effective assessment and instructional strategies for English language learners with learning disabilities.
What kind of technology can help students with short-term memory difficulties?
Tech expert Dr. Tracy Gray offers both low-tech and high-tech solutions for students struggling with recall.
Processing deficits are problems with the processes of recognizing and interpreting information taken in through the senses. Learn about the two most common types of processing deficits and their educational implications.