Helping Children Remodel Their Brains for Reading

Helping Children Remodel Their Brains for Reading

Kari’s husband, John,  likes to save scraps of wood and other building materials.  Sometimes he buys new stuff . . . but, boy does he get excited when he can repurpose something he already has on hand, using it in a new and useful way.  In the same way that John loves...
3 Things That Can Make Interpreting Research Tricky

3 Things That Can Make Interpreting Research Tricky

Perhaps you are thinking about that second (or third or fourth) cup of coffee you have in the morning. Maybe you are wondering if coffee is really good for you after all. So, you decide to get on the internet and do a bit of reading to find out what the research...
What is the science of reading anyway?

What is the science of reading anyway?

It’s in the news. It’s in the title of our book. It’s in the name of countless Facebook groups. It’s the topic of conversation at school board meetings and in state legislatures across this country.   So, what is “the science of reading” anyway?    First,...