I’ve posted this before, but it bears repeating.
Children with dyslexia are quite creative and often enjoy playing with Legos. Now, Lego has taken creativity to a new level with their new sets: http://mashable.com/2014/06/19/lego-fusion-hands-on/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link
These excellent visuals come from aboutdyspraxia.com (website seems to be down at time of writing) and offer a quick reference for teachers and others to identify signs of the above conditions.
Report sheds light on trends that are reshaping teachers’ roles, providing a glimpse into the classroom of the future.
According to this article, attempting to teach your baby (younger than 18 months in the study) to read is completely ineffective.
Sleeping after learning new information encourages brain growth and memory improvement:
There has been a lot of discussion about Google Glass. Some people are excited about it, others are nervous about it. I can see tremendous potential in Google Glass as a platform for assistive technology!
What do you think about this controversial study (dyslexia isn’t completely hard wired; it is affected by experience)?http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/05/15/reading-experience-may-change-the-brains-of-dyslexic-students/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=1