• How to Help A Child with Weak Working Memory

    How to Help A Child with Weak Working Memory

    Here are a few places to start to help a child with poor working memory. Knowing your child's strengths and weakness will help you to help your child to use their preferred way of processing information.

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  • Subitizing: What is it?  Why Teach it?

    Subitizing: What is it? Why Teach it?

    Subitizing is the ability to instantly see "how many'. It is a fundamental skill in the development of students understanding of numbers. Students can use pattern recognition to discover essential properties of numbers, such as conservation and compensation.

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  • The Science of Reading and Dyslexia

    The Science of Reading and Dyslexia

    Many students who receive reading support in special education are identified as having a "specific learning disability," a general term used in special education to identify the eligibility category that describes a discrepancy between a student IQ capabilities and academic performance. The term "Dyslexia", although not used in public education, identifies the specific unexpected difficulty with reading, when all other factors appear to be intact. Dr.Saywitz, an authority on the science and treatment of Dyslexia, describes in this article, basic facts, the cognitive basis and remediation for children and adults with Reading Difficulties.

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