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Imagine a Love of Reading!

13 Jun, 2019

At Lindamood-Bell, we believe that all individuals can learn how to read to their potential—including those who have a previous diagnosis of dyslexia.   Over the course of nearly three decades, Lindamood-Bell has worked with thousands of individuals. Sitting with a child or an adult who struggles to read a word provides unique insight into…

Imagine a Better Reader with Research-Validated Instruction

10 May, 2019

At Lindamood-Bell, we believe that all individuals can learn how to read to their potential—including those who have a previous diagnosis of dyslexia.   Over the course of nearly three decades, Lindamood-Bell has worked with thousands of individuals. Sitting with a child or an adult who struggles to read a word provides unique insight into…

London Centre to Host COBIS Webinar

19 Mar, 2019

The Lindamood-Bell® London Learning Centre will host a webinar for the Council of British International Schools. Our presentation, “The Imagery-Language Foundation: Teaching All Children to Read and Comprehend,” will be presented by Centre Director Valentina Nikolic and will explore the imagery-language foundation as the basis for reading and comprehension.   Valentina will highlight crucial knowledge…

Unlock Report Card Success | Evaluation Special

15 Mar, 2019

You may find your child’s report card crumpled up in the bottom of his backpack or hidden in the back of his dresser drawers. He may not even understand what the letters or numbers stand for — he just knows he’s seen a lot of angry red marks on his test papers.   Or maybe…

Tips for Preventing the Summer Slide

6 Dec, 2018

Months away from school can lead to measurable learning loss in skills like reading. Teachers know all about “the summer slide”— students come back to school out of practise, maybe forgetting some of what they learned. For this reason, your child’s teacher may have encouraged families to make reading a summer priority.  We’ve gathered a…

New Research on Struggling Readers Published in Nature

3 Dec, 2018

Exciting new research, titled “Rapid and widespread white matter plasticity during an intensive reading intervention”, has been published in the journal Nature.   The study, from the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington (UW), examined growth in reading skills and white matter in school-aged, struggling readers. Diffusion MRI data collected during 8…

What May be Missing When Your Reader Struggles?

5 Nov, 2018

  When a student struggles with reading, extra help typically focuses on sounding out words and spelling rules. Unfortunately, after months of hard work and frustration, many students continue to struggle with year-level text.   Perhaps they can sound out words, but it is slow and laboured. They may take so long to sound out…

Report Cards: A-Z

11 Oct, 2018

You may find your child’s report card crumpled up in the bottom of her backpack or hidden in the back of her dresser drawers. She may not even understand what the letters or numbers stand for — she just knows she’s seen a lot of angry red marks on her test papers.   Or maybe…

[Podcast Episode] Guinevere Eden, Ph.D. Director of the Center for the Study of Learning at Georgetown University

27 Sep, 2018

Dr. Eden discusses her work as a neurologist and a reading researcher. She talks about the dyslexic brain, the evolution of fMRI brain scans, and her current research initiatives.  

[Podcast Episode] Patrick Laird, University of California Berkeley Football Player and Literacy Champion

27 Aug, 2018

University of California Berkeley’s Patrick Laird is a running back on the Golden Bears football team.  He joined us to talk about one of his great passions in life—reading! A scholar and an athlete, Patrick is giving back to the community in an extraordinary way.  We discuss how he is using football to get kids…

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