Remedial Instruction Can Make Strong Readers Out Of Poor Readers, Brain Imaging Study Reveals

ScienceDaily (June 11, 2008) — Just as a disciplined exercise regimen helps human muscles become stronger and perform better, specialized workouts for the brain can boost cognitive skills, according to Carnegie Mellon scientists. Their new brain imaging study of poor readers found that 100 hours of remedial instruction — reading calisthenics, … Continue reading