I am a firm believer in providing knowledge to both clients and the general public about the Science of Reading. Having knowledge leads to an improved understanding of the difficulties many students encounter while reading and provides for better outcomes in both performance and advocacy.
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Dual-coding theory is a theory in cognitive psychology that says that both verbal and non-verbal (visual) information are processed and stored together in the brain.
what does science say about reading instruction?
Understanding the underlying cognitive processes behind reading helps instructors develop literacy skills in both typical and atypical readers.
in one ear and
out the other
Holding on to the ideas one reads is a skill that can be learned. Here's how.