“My daughter currently has an IEP. We asked that we keep her accommodations of the IEP in place but take a break from the support she is receiving from the resource teachers, with both pull out and push in. We were told that we need to revoke her IEP in order to do this. […]
“From the age of 13 or 14 I was diagnosed as being dyslexic and a teacher took me to one side and told me ‘You need to stop trying to be a musician and start aiming to working in a superstore stacking shelves’” – Josh Curnow
Congrats for a moving performance, Josh!
Here are two more winners of Dyslexic Advantage’s Karina Eide Memorial Scholarship 2016.
Brian is an undergraduate at Cornell University who unbeknownst to us, we had been acquainted with because of his excellent assistive technology blog, http://bdmtech.blogspot.com . Clearly a labor of love given all of his over school activities and athletics, we were also impressed that […]
” This suggests that individual differences in many cognitive tasks are a stable trait marker.”
There’s a new Oxford research study circulating through scientific communities and around the world. From Science (Task-free MRI predicts individual differences in brain activity during task performance), Tavor and collegues applied machine-learning principles to test subjects in a “resting state” to see […]