The Cognitive Science Behind How Students Learn to Read

Par Amplify, Carolyn Strom Dernière mise à jour 2024/05/27


Dr. Carolyn Strom delves into the cognitive science of how children learn to read. Drawing from brain research, she highlights the crucial role of neural connections in the reading process, emphasizing that during early childhood the brain’s plasticity allows for the formation of neural pathways, paving the way for language acquisition and reading skills. Strom’s insights provide valuable guidance for educators in supporting children’s reading journey.

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