For the 2nd year in a row, Fast ForWord was recognized by The EdTech Awards. This year, Fast ForWord was a finalist in the special needs solution category, and it was chosen as a finalist in the language learning solution category.
Reading aloud has long been associated with early learners — something to be phased out as soon as silent reading is possible. However, science shows that reading aloud may have significant cognitive benefits even for proficient readers. Continue reading to discover the little-known truths of reading aloud.
With a new administration in the White House, 2017 was an eventful year in education. And 2018 is sure to be as well. Check out our list of the top education trends to watch out for in 2018!
Reading is a complex task that requires many parts of the brain. Learn what happens in the brain when you read and what you can do to build a reading-ready brain.
When students read poorly, they often generalize it to other subjects (“Maybe I am just dumb”) and most things in school can become overwhelming. That’s painful to watch. How would you like to have joyful, confident readers? How would you like this for free - zilch, nada, zippo?
Everything necessary to provide learners with dyslexia with an appropriate education is available now, and has been for decades. Even so, too many kids are being left behind. October is dyslexia awareness month, but awareness isn't enough. Why is it taking so long for evidence-based action?
There's no go-to handbook for parents that have a child with special needs or learning differences. But you can learn from others' experiences. Check out this mom's account of how Fast ForWord has helped her son with autism make dramatic language and learning improvements!
Fidget spinners are a consistent presence both on best-selling toy lists and in classrooms all over the country. But do these toys actually help children and adults pay attention longer, or are they just another trendy distraction? Continue reading to find out!
We asked our implementation experts (also known as Professional Development Managers) about what they see in classrooms across the country, how you all are motivating your kiddos, and their top piece of advice for you this year. I was most excited about the story at the end!
Consider what's happening during silent reading time in your classroom, when readers below-grade-level are silently looking at a book. They may appear to be benefiting from this, but the National Reading Panel's research shows otherwise. If silent reading doesn't work, what does? Check out the 5 recommendations here.