To help dyslexic pupils, go to the root of how children learn

To help dyslexic pupils, go to the root of how children learn

By David Cox, originally published in the Guardian / Mon 22 Sep 2014 14.35 BST Dyslexia isn’t just about bad spelling – teachers need to try a variety of strategies to build confidence. I have this issue with how I hear words, Gareth, a 31-year-old graphic...
Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

What is Multiple Intelligences Theory? Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences proposes that people are not born with all of the intelligence they will ever have.This theory challenged the traditional notion that there is one single type of...
The Brain’s Letterbox

The Brain’s Letterbox

Reading is a very unnatural act for humans. Originally Posted Jan 05, 2015 in Psychology Today by David Ludden. Humans have likely been speaking since the dawn of the species a quarter million years ago. Over evolutionary time, the human brain has been molded for...