阅读这里’他的火车残骸等待发生:一方面,我们有共同的核心课程,这基本上将所有学习机会转化为一个“ELA / Literacy”副产品;要求学生比以往任何时候都更新。而这不仅限于读或写作课程;它’is到处都是。我们争取阅读或/和写作的一些学生已经开始不喜欢像数学和PE这样的课程,因为这些课程也要求学生们履行大量的阅读和写作。

另一方面,我们有一个令人担忧的孩子数量,他们展示了与阅读和写作相关的识字问题;它’好像水中有一些东西(虽然这可能不是真的)。但是,它似乎是流行病。是否是与新的护理和条件,或早期儿童发展的问题,或者对电子刺激的脑波反应的过度发展,或者???。谁知道?然而,许多学生在阅读和写作问题中严重断开的问题是深刻的。所以,我们能做些什么?

我从教育宣传角度看的挑战之一是,很少有学校真正了解阅读和与这种复杂技能相关的过程的神经发展方面。当然,我听到了很多“best practices”, “基于研究的方法” and “年龄适当的课程”但是,我很少在神经系统水平进行广泛的背景和识字开发中的校园,教师和特殊教育专家。所以我强烈推荐以下书参考;父母和老师都可以轻松访问这本书。克莱斯威茨克服了诵读诵读。它在个人的背景下提供了博士学位阅读科学’s understanding.

However, we still face the following: Too many students are struggling with reading and many schools are struggling as well with how to meet these kids needs.  So I have been researching about online programs, specifically targeting reading dyslexia and reading problems.  Most recently, I have come across the LEXERCISE program, out of North Carolina.  A number of my clients recommend this program, which can be accessed at: //www.lexercise.com/  This presents an exceptional resource for it does not have geographic limitations and it appears to be affordable.  Most notable, it allows older students opportunity to access reading instructional programs leading toward skill development for many secondary programs do not actually support reading development skills often associated with phonemic awareness, fluency, sight word development, and comprehension.

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