Engage students’ brains with state-of-the-art literacy strategies. This reference infuses the most current neurology research into concrete steps for targeted, developmentally appropriate reading instruction.

Learning from Childhood to Adulthood

Learning from childhood to adulthood

All learners are not alike. Learners at the same age do not have the same learning needs. Students from different age groups have unpredictable learning preferences that cannot be accommodated with a singular instructional approach. The system designed for education responds to this multifaceted learning crisis by varying instructional materials, curricula, classroom structure, and teaching strategies. Has the education system, however, done enough to respect and understand the learning requirements of each child or young adult? Realize that each learner possesses an unimaginably intricate human brain that is capable of modifying itself to respond to an ever-changing world. Each human brain is equipped with neurological richness through thoughts, plans, memories, and feelings. What is it that ...

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