Research -- StepUp to Learn
These Movement Exercises Predicted Young Kids' School Performance
Young children who performed well on these tasks were more likely to achieve higher scores for reading, writing and math.
How Students Determine If They're a “Math Person” or “Reading Person”
As students progress through their K-12 years they become more likely to engage in comparisons to determine whether they are either a “math person” or a “reading person.”
Visualization: How Kids 'See' the Story Beyond the Pictures
Visualization is essential to reading comprehension. Researchers discover a simple way to boost it at home.
A Faster Way to Learn to Read
This method is more effective and quicker at teaching reading skills compared to typing and watching videos.
How to Boost Children's Letter Sound Recognition
Children who did this became twice as proficient at difficult letter sounds compared to those who received traditional instruction.
Can Preschoolers Gain Reading Skills in a Virtual Classroom?
New study by the University of Washington discovers if students can develop key reading skills in a virtual classroom.
How Naps Boost Early Literacy Skills in Preschoolers
New study offers clues to the relationship between sleep, memory development, and literacy skills; specifically, learning letter-sound mappings and using that knowledge to read unfamiliar words -- an important indicator of early literacy skills.
How to Boost Your Child's Resilience at School
This activity at home can triple a child’s resilience at school, particularly for children at-risk.
Evidence Dyslexia Affects Children's Visual Processing Beyond Just Reading
Children with dyslexia are slower to process visual information, according to new research that sheds new light on which brain processes are affected by dyslexia beyond just reading ability.
A Tool That Benefits Both Dyslexic and Non-Dyslexic Children
New study finds significant benefits for both dyslexic and non-dyslexic children
Building Your Child's Vocabulary? Learn by Doing!
Learning techniques that involve the performance of gestures instead of simple audio or visual information can benefit learners.
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