Research shows that children from rich language environments start school with an advantage over their peers. What can parents do at home to help their children succeed?
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?
Are visual “reversals” (e.g., mistaking b for d) really a sign of a poor reader? And how important is a good vocabulary? Find out what really matters, and how to help your readers on the path to fluency.
You probably already know that you should read to your children, but do you know why? Here are three important reasons to not only read aloud with your child, but also to make it a shared activity.
Studies show a correlation between low academic achievement and socioeconomic status (SES). But many low-SES students are successful in school. What factors give these students an edge?