Millions of children and adults on this planet have difficulty reading. One of those people is my wonderful Wife. SheContinue reading
There is a bill currently under consideration in the New York legislature that would add a new definition of dyslexiaContinue reading
In recent years, several separate teams of researchers have issued a series of groundbreaking studies, focused on the reading strategiesContinue reading
A newly published fMRI study conducted in New Zealand has confirmed that improved reading skills among dyslexic adults correspond withContinue reading
“I don’t understand it: he can read tyrannosaurus, but he gets stuck on if!” This question from the mother ofContinue reading
A new study by Italian researchers suggests that the rate of intellectual giftedness among students with dyslexia and related learningContinue reading
In a nutshell, self-compassion is being kind and understanding when confronted with personal failings rather than judging and self-criticizing for inadequaciesContinue reading
Pamela Guest is the Founder and Chief Editor at IEP Magazine. More importantly, she is one of us, a parentContinue reading
Encourage your child by focusing on strengths and minimizing stress.
Focus on the whole child – not just academics!
Practice makes perfect. Better said, practice makes progress. Learning a new skill requires repetition to automate it. Similarly, every beginnerContinue reading
Is this April’s Fools Day??? My 7 year old son is asking me to give him fish oil… I guessContinue reading
We often post reports of dramatic reading improvement with Davis methods, but sometimes a child faces a complex array of barriers.Continue reading