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Are Standardized Tests Making Kids Anxious? [Free with Premium Extras]

Florida Department of Education just released results of their Florida Standards Assessment  or FSA Test. 46% of all of the public school children who took the test were below standard and 20% are at risk for being held back in the 3rd grade.

What are these tests that can force 3rd graders to repeat a […]

Dyslexia = Grit

A Penn Professor’s book is currently winging its way around the Internet: Grit – the Power of Passion and Perseverance – with its talented author Angela Duckworth making the rounds around popular media outlets.

With interest, I looked clicked on a link to a popular post where Dr. Duckworth was giving her Hard Thing Rules advice to […]

Help Wanted – Socio-Emotional Questionnaire for Reading and Dyslexia

Lets all help Fumiko Hoeft (and her colleague Stephanie Haft) a at UCSF with this Socio-Emotional Questionnaire for Reading and Dyslexia

20 Minute Survey!

* Typical or Dyslexic reader, young or old, we welcome all who can participate!
* All responses are anonymous. Contact [email protected] with any questions.
* TO PARTICIPATE: Click HERE or copy and paste this link […]

Dyslexia – How to Thrive

“Self-esteem is not an internal quality fed by easy success and diminished by failure. It is a positive way of experiencing yourself when you are fully engaged and are using your ability to the utmost in pursuit of something of value.” – Dr. Carol Dweck, Stanford University, Mindfulness

“…to do poorly in school is evidence […]

66 Positive Things to Say To Your Child – Love This

Read and Say!  Great list of positive things to say to your child – dyslexic or not!

Thanks Pop Sugar.

For those who read by text to speech:

I’m grateful for you.
You make me proud.
Your words are meaningful.
You have great ideas.
I love being your parent.
You don’t have to be perfect to be great.
Your opinions matter.
You are important.
You […]

10 Min Research Request – Social and Emotional Measure for Dyslexia – UCSF

Call for Volunteers! One of favorite neuroscientists, Dr. Fumiko Hoeft and her associate, Stephanie Haft are interested in developing a social and emotional measure affecting individuals with dyslexia. This is an important issue to study. Adults and children (with parents permission and / or help) are invited to respond. Thanks for your help!!!!

Take their […]

How to Become More Resilient

“Do you conceptualize an event as traumatic, or as an opportunity to learn and grow?…”

Resilience is a topic that’s one of our favorites because although people may temperamentally vary in how much they have of it, science shows that it is trainable, it helps people through difficult life challenges, and generally helps everyone lead […]