Research unlocks clues to language-based learning in children

According to Science News published today, one in five individuals are impacted by language-based learning disabilities — one of the most common being dyslexia, which involves difficulty in reading or interpreting words, letters, and other symbols. Now, a new study that focuses on typically learning children, has found a link between ‘working memory’ and how children learn. Researchers feel this discovery may later help educators uncover new ways to teach children with learning disabilities.

 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/12/161213093138.htm

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