Learning Disabilities & Auditory Processing Disorders: the Connection to Reading
Most child language scientists have believed that human beings possess an innate capacity to learn the language spoken to them during the first few years of life. But what about those children who don’t develop language so effortlessly? Read three articles with 2013 research on the topics of LD, APD and reading.
A Once-Struggling District, St. Mary Parish Public Schools is Now Among the Top Third in the State of Louisiana
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Special Education Students Improve Language and Reading Skills, and Achieve Gains on State Test
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Teach More Vocabulary, Faster, Using the Power of Morphology
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New Science of Learning For Your Struggling Readers
Presenter: Martha S. Burns, Ph.D.
Dr. Burns discusses the ability of neuroscience to profoundly impact education. Hear how the science of learning has guided the development of breakthrough technologies to enhance underlying memory, attention, processing and sequencing abilities in struggling students.
Comprehension – Going Beyond Fluency
Presenter: Timothy Rasinski, Ph.D.
Although fluency is important for reading success, it is not sufficient. Students must also actively work to make meaning out of the texts they read. In this webinar, Dr. Timothy Rasinski will share some of his favorite approaches for helping students engage in texts meaningfully and productively.