Why is it that some children learn to read faster than other children, and what foundational skills can be strengthened to improve a child’s ability to read?
What if there were a way to predict dyslexia, so that affected children could receive earlier intervention? Recent research may have found a way to do just that—by looking at differences in the brain before children learn to read.
The stronger the pathways in the brain, the easier it becomes for a child to learn and retain information. How will your child stay sharp over the summer?
We generally don’t consider motor skills development in babies to be an essential element of cognitive development. But is such thinking holding learners and educators back?