Saturday, October 24, 2015

Understanding Dyslexia and the Reading Brain

“What the brain does have — which is fantastic — is the ability to make new circuits based on new connections among its already-there parts. So, when I said [in the book] we were never born to read, that is the absolute truth. We weren’t. Each child has to do it by themselves.” Since each brain must learn to read from scratch, as Wolf put it, “many things can happen along the way.”


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