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Every child has experienced embarrassment or rejection in social situations. But kids with learning disabilities are often isolated and rejected, and sometimes have a particularly hard time making and keeping friends.
Do you ever have days when the kids seem totally out of control? Do you find yourself falling into the same pointless arguments with your students or your children?
Launching Young Readers: Reading and the Brain
What happens when neuroscience meets Dr. Seuss? Exciting new technologies are allowing us to learn on a child's first day of life whether or not he'll have a hard time learning to read down the line.