Technology is brilliant. Who wants to go back to the 1980’s, Madonna and pay phones? Not me. However, there are problems with tech that we parents are going to have to face come Monday morning when we are heading back to school post-holidays.
Many people have attributed reading problems to one or more subtle ocular or visual abnormalities, including Samuel Orton, who wrote about the difficulty he thought children with dyslexia had with reversible letters and words (eg. b/d, god, dog). However, scientific research has
Working memory cannot be defined by test scores. Neither can it be trained by practising cognitive tasks like remembering digits or shapes or by any other kind of brain training programme. Further, because it is just one of the executive functions and because it interacts with th