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A NEW WAY TO LEARN TO READ OR IMPROVE READING

We need you to really take a look at this. Nothing is more important to our children’s futures than how well they can learn when they get there. How well they can learn when they get there depends on their confidence in learning. It is our children’s confidence in learning that is most at stake. […]

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Re: How Identical Twins Develop Different Personalities

Why are you who you are? Re: “How Identical Twins Develop Different Personalities”

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Re: Adults with dyslexia improve when pushed to read faster

Dr. Zvia Breznitz’s ‘anyschrony’ work on the relationship between word recognition speed and comprehension.

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Two Events in Denver – November 1st and 2nd 2012

Join me in Denver (Nov. 1st and 2nd) for two seminars designed to reboot the mental models of educators and parents!

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WHAT IS READING?

We are releasing our page “What is Reading?” today. It is the first of a series of pages and posts that will summarize and expand the work of the work of the Children of the Code Project. Please visit the page and share your comments:  https://www.learningstewards.org/what-is-reading/

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Re: Getting Our Kids Ready for the Competition

Re: Getting Our Kids Ready for the Competition – the Great Conversations and the 32,000,000 Missing Words! by Dick Jacobs Your piece creates a great framework for conversation but one point needs clarification: “Cognitive science tells us that if learning our reading fundamentals doesn’t start very early and the skills aren’t in place by age nine or ten, […]

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