Posts Tagged "dyslexic brain"

Resilience in Dyslexic Students: A Great Trait, But No Way to Live

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Is Dyslexia Really a Gift?
For dyslexic students, the tasks that most of us take for granted are a daily struggle. Activities as simple as reading and listening can be excruciating. For example, while non-dyslexic students can easily read the instructions at the head of a test and dive right into their assessment, dyslexics must work hard to fight their own brain’s interpretation of that text s…


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Science Daily Article on Fast ForWord For Dyslexia

Did you see the Science Daily article of a study that reviews the impact of Fast ForWord Language on dyslexia in children.  It takes fMRI’s of the brain of dyslexic children before and after a Fast ForWord course.  The study confirmed the early findings of Dr. Paula Tallal, Scientific Learning founder; dyslexic children brains did not react to fast changing sounds. This inability to hear these …


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