The answer is yes! Be sure to always have readers follow along in the text as they listen to audiobooks, though. While accommodating with audiobooks, continue to use multi-sensory, language-based interventions to address the underlying challenges related to dyslexia. Also, remember that many students with dyslexia are very creative and have spatial awareness and “big picture thinking” strengths that can be better utilized to make learning easier.
Neurofeedback for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity DisorderJanuary 9, 2018
If you’re considering neurofeedback as an intervention for ADHD, be sure to read the research. This study shows that, “Evidence from well-controlled trials with probably blinded outcomes currently fails to support neurofeedback as an effective treatment for ADHD.” Read the study here.
New Year’s Eve Science Activities for KidsJanuary 9, 2018
Have you heard the dreaded, “I’m bored!” exclamations yet? Here are some activities to help get you through the holiday break and celebrate the New Year! Check out the link here.
State could reap big economic benefits with later school start timeDecember 1, 2017
It looks like a later school start time would not only help adolescents get more sleep and learn more efficiently, but also save the state money. The Appropriations Committee is voting on SB 328 tomorrow. If you have strong opinions one way or the other, you can make your voices heard by calling 916-319-2081. …