Fluency: A Persistent Problem for Students with Dyslexia

Fluency: A Persistent Problem for Students with Dyslexia

Children with dyslexia have significant challenges in phonological processing It’s estimated that 20% of students have dyslexia. We know that individuals with dyslexia have significant challenges in phonological processing—the ability to perceive and manipulate the...
A Deeper Look at Fluency

A Deeper Look at Fluency

“The thing that surprised me most about my teacher preparation program was that we never talked about how kids learn. Instead, we were taught how to structure a lesson and given tips on classroom management… I assumed that I would eventually learn how the brain worked...
Now is the time to expand the narrative for early reading

Now is the time to expand the narrative for early reading

Now is the time to expand the narrative for early reading The value of systematically and explicitly teaching phonics is well-documented as an effective way to help students develop foundational reading skills—skills that are essential to becoming a proficient and...
Let Me Introduce Myself

Let Me Introduce Myself

Hello, I am Carolyn Brown, the co-founder of Foundations in Learning and the Chief Academic Officer of the company. WordFlight was developed by Foundations in Learning. I’m also an adjunct professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of...