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Dyslexia in Children - The Brain of a Struggling Reader

Posted by Peter Barnes on November 10, 2014 at 2:14 PM

Fast ForWord Reading SkillsIf you could look inside the brain of a struggling reader, you would notice it is not the same as the brain of a child who finds reading easy.  How do we know this?

Well, thanks to advances in neuroscience and brain imaging technology, scientists can actually "look inside" brains. Here is a really good infographic (courtesy of We are Teachers & Scientific Learning Corporation) which explains the key differences.  

Includes four tips for teachers (and parents) to help overcome dyslexia in children.


Inside the Brain of a Struggling Reader: infographic

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