5 Reasons Why Your Students Should Write Every Day

Feb 23, 2012 by Sherrelle Walker, M.A.
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Did you know that writing helps students remember recently learned material? Learn about a variety of ways that having students writing every day can help both students and teachers in the classroom.

The Mirror Neuron System

Feb 21, 2012 by Martha Burns, Ph.D
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Did you know that there’s a part of the brain devoted to “doing” that starts wiring itself early in development through imitation of the movements and sounds of others? Find out how it works, and the role it plays in early learning.

Overall District Performance Score Improves at Almost Double the Rate of LA State Baseline Score

Feb 14, 2012 by Melissa Agocs
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[VIDEO]: This research report highlights the St. Mary Parish district performance score improvements after Fast ForWord use. The district’s gains were measured using the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP).

The Truth About Video Games and the Brain: What Research Tells Us

Feb 9, 2012 by Bill Jenkins, Ph.D.
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Are there beneficial effects of video games? Learn what current research tells us about video games and the brain.

One Short Month, Five Great Education Webinars—Register Today!

Feb 7, 2012 by Carrie Gajowski, MA
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Our February webinar series focuses on early childhood development, K-12 funding sources, and maximizing the benefits of time spent reading. Register today!

In Independent Study of Fast ForWord, Sixth-Grade Students Exceed Expected Gains

Feb 2, 2012 by Melissa Agocs
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VIDEO: This independent study from Bulloch County, GA, demonstrates significant gains by sixth graders—on or above, and below grade level—after using Fast ForWord software.