阅读障碍资源，研究 & 研究
如果你担心你的孩子可能有阅读障碍, 我们可以向你保证:他或她并不孤单. It is estimated that 20% of the American population - or one out of every five boys and girls - has some form of learning disability. 其中，阅读障碍是最常见的.
Dyslexia affects a child’s acquisition of the skills necessary to read easily and competently. The problem typically manifests itself in what edu猫ors call “oral language processing related to phonological awareness.” This means that the child has diminished skill in deciphering letter patterns and developing “word attack” skills. The child with dyslexia will often experience difficulties with spelling and writing, too. 偶数可能会造成问题. It is not uncommon for children with dyslexia to reverse or invert their number forms.
从 克服阅读障碍 作者:莎莉·谢维茨.D.
Carroll’s academic leadership team has been studying ways to respond to the recent explosion of re搜索 in neuroplasticity. Today’s premise is that it is the duty of effective edu猫ors to work to improve the cognitive functions of our students. We see it as our responsibility to develop logical reasoning, 信息处理技能, 工作记忆, 培养学生的视觉思维能力.
Our charge is to bridge the gap between re搜索 and edu猫ional practice to more comprehensively meet the academic needs of Carroll students. 要做到这一点, we constantly identify the unmet learning needs of Carroll students, 研究和开发最先进的方法, 严格评估试点研究中的新方法, and integ老鼠e the most promising teaching methods into the Carroll curriculum. We also partner with academic institutions and others to combine resources and to disseminate our discoveries to the broader edu猫ional community.
认知神经科学如何影响教育实践? The impli猫ions of a cognitive-neuroscientific framework of reading in the brain.
约翰D.E. 加百利, re搜索 partner at Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology and Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses how 针对性认知干预 is improving reading fluency in struggling readers.
Steve Wilkins Discusses 针对性认知干预 at TEDxBabsonCollege
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