Dyslexia is now more commonly understood and accepted than ever before. However with time and research there are some myths that are still prevalent about the label and it’s usage.
This is a very interesting article and video on changing how we think of teaching math. Is computation most important? Math is much more complex than simply computing with accuracy and speed.
This 2011 Wall Street Journal article explores how researchers are gathering brain imaging information to help unlock the mysteries of teaching language to individuals with Dyslexia. While the signs of a reading disorder are becoming clearer, the challenge arises in highlighting the same within EAL (English as an Additional Language) learners.
Increasingly research shows us that developing mindfulness is not just helpful to adults but to younger children as well. In particularly some research supports mindfulness practice for kids with attention difficulties. Meditation or mindfulness can do no harm, and may actually help our children develop into creative, focussed and calm individuals.