Can Tutoring Benefit Working Memory?

Can Tutoring Benefit Working Memory?

What is Working Memory? Working memory is the ability to retain information as an easily accessible tool. Working memory allows a person to problem-solve, digest new information, and plan. This is used for activities such as mental math, remembering directions, and...
The Key Benefits of Early Dyslexia Assessment

The Key Benefits of Early Dyslexia Assessment

You’ve visited your child’s classroom only to catch the students at the tail-end of reading time. All of the students are young, new readers, but most are progressing through the levels. However, your child struggles with sight words, patterned texts, and...
An Overview of Dysphonetic Dyslexia

An Overview of Dysphonetic Dyslexia

Did you know that dyslexia can affect anyone, even those with above-average intelligence? While reading may require more effort on their part, it’s completely possible for someone with this disorder to excel in their chosen field. However, it’s important...

Structured Literacy Vs. Balanced Literacy

Literacy in America Literacy rates in America are- in short- not good. 65 percent of fourth graders read at a level considered basic or below. 54 percent of US adults 16-74 years old read below a sixth-grade level. For these Americans who struggle with literacy, the...