Tag: Reading

When Kids Say ‘I’m not a reader’: How Librarians Can Disrupt Traumatic Reading Practices

Shaming reading choices and judging what students want to read. If students are told that what

How Families are Pushing Schools to Teach Reading Skills More Effectively

As an adult, and throughout her childhood, Williams learned how to compensate for her inability to

How More Teachers are Being Trained in the Science of Reading

NCTQ considered fifteen programs as exceptional, ones that ranged from Arkansas Tech University, the University of

How Schools Can Help Dyslexic Students with Reading | MindShift

Misconception #1: Kids’ reading problems are connected to vision. Dyslexia is a language-based disorder, not a

Tips And Tricks Parents Can Use To Nurture a Love of Reading in Kids | MindShift

“It does start with the parent,” Paul said. “So even if you haven’t been reading a

Why Deeply Diving Into Content Could Be the Key to Reading Comprehension | MindShift

“What they found was the kids who knew about baseball did very well, regardless of whether

A Reading Program That Starts With A Promise Parents Make To Their Kids | MindShift

Gibes de Gac points out that children spend most of their waking hours outside the classroom.