Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Good readers have good brain "conductors" (like a good symphony conductor)

A news report of a research implicating the importance of mental timing connections in the brain (temporal connectivity) and the analogy of a good conductor getting various portions of the brain "working together" in rhythm as one possible key to understanding severe reading disabilities.

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Kildonan School said...

Thanks for sharing this interesting and original research with us. The more we understand about dyslexia, the more effective our strategies for <a herf="http://www.kildonan.org/>teaching students with dyslexia</a> will be in providing them with a rich and rewarding pedagogical experience.