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An Introduction to the Creative Right-Brained Learner

“She’s smart, but lazy.” “He’s living below his potential.” These are some of the comments a parent of a right-brained learner may hear about their child in regard to their learning process. This creative learner is often later in developing … Continue reading


Promoting a Positive Relationship with Print

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There’s so much pressure around learning to read in our culture. Not just learning to read, but learning to read early. We have come to associate early reading with higher intelligence or a sign of future academic success. This is … Continue reading


My Readers Ask: Silent Reading versus Reading Aloud

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Linda Asks: I saw that you said, in several places, that it is a bad idea to have right-brained kids read aloud, and that reading aloud is a “left-brained” approach.┬áIt seems to me that nothing could be further from the … Continue reading