All teachers want their students to be good readers, but not all agree on the best ways to teach reading. Brain science offers some insights.

Learning to Write: One More Step From Language to Literacy

Many states have adopted content standards for language arts curricula in the early elementary grades that emphasize the importance of oral language skills in development of reading and writing. A glance at two state standards for Grades 1 and 2...
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ABC GULP – NEW VERSION!!!

Its taken some time and effort, but we published a new version of the ever popular ABC Gulp.  Take a look and enjoy.   Play ABC Gulp   ABC Gulp challenges your knowledge of letter names All children need to...
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Why Dyslexia Is More Than a Reading Disorder

In a recent TIME piece researchers found that past research techniques on individuals with dyslexia wasn't the best approach. Until recently, researchers assumed the challenge could be traced to language difficulties, including problems processing printed words, and they focused their...
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Reward Circuits of the Teenage Brain Activated by Peers

It’s no secret that teenagers are influenced by their peers. Now, a new study conducted by researchers at UCLA’s Ahmanson–Lovelace Brain Mapping Center looked specifically at how teen brains reacted to “likes” of photos on social media. The main finding...
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Never Stop Learning!

As an occasional substitute teacher, Sara Bell likes to make the most of her time with students by implementing a unique, school-approved lesson plans. As a part-time teacher and a full-time partner at Educator Labs, she decided to create a...
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