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Do children grow out of auditory processing difficulties?

Posted on 8 December 2011

Can children grow out of auditory processing difficulties (APD/CAPD)? Yes and No. Because our brains have the amazing capacity to change (neuroplasticity), children can...

Martha Burns neuroscientist seminar

Dr Martha Burns presents Reading & the Brain

Posted on 22 November 2011

2011 seminars sold out early – register now to avoid disappointment. Comments from 2011 seminar attendees: “Dr Burns was outstanding. Her knowledge and understanding...

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Talk, talk, talk

Posted on 11 November 2011

One of the most powerful things you can do as a parent to promote your child’s language development is very simple – just talk,...

Dr Norman Doidge the brain that changes itself

Neuroplasticity: a life changing discovery

Posted on 1 November 2011

Neuroplasticity – it’s the single most important change in our understanding of the human brain in 400 years. Dr Norman Doidge has garnered rave reviews for...

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Written expression improvements in year 6 students

Posted on 25 October 2011

Fast ForWord reading programs are optional extension programs completed after the Fast ForWord Language/Literacy programs. In this study, students in year 6 showed significant...

Reading speed in children

Reading improvement doubles in just one month

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Fast ForWord reading programs are specifically designed to improve memory, attention, processing speed and reading efficiency at the same time, thereby enabling students to...

Teacher Magazine: Brainy Teaching

Posted on 20 October 2011

Neuroscience is helping students learn to read. Breakthroughs in brain science are now enabling teachers to significantly improve the learning capacity and reading skills...

Fast ForWord on the Sunrise Morning Show

Posted on 15 October 2011

We’re often told that sitting in front of a computer for too long can numb your brain but for some children it could actually...

Understanding Different Types of Learners

Posted on 4 October 2011

The job of an educator – changing brains – is a challenging one, particularly when you consider that every student has different learning strengths...