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An Updated Definition for Dyslexia 2017

An Updated Definition for Dyslexia 2017

An Updated Definition for Dyslexia 2017

Dr Michael Hart Ph.D.
Dr Michael Hart Ph.D.
on behalf of MHart

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Launch date: 07 Jul 2017
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Last updated: 25 Jun 2019

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Danika Mclain (7 Aug 2018)
I this could provide some insight on how the brain works when reading and processing is which wil be helpful in the classroom.
(19 Jun 2019)
Great informational course.

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Description

This free course serves as introductory information about the current definition of dyslexia. Several related topics are discussed:

Dyslexia defined (thus far)
The current neuroscience, clinical research and demographic statistics
What to look for: Warning signs
Preschool
Kindergarten and First Grade
Second Grade and Beyond
Adult and Young Adult
Importance of consistency and context when screening and follow up

Objectives

Understanding the Current Definition and Causes of Dyslexia
The primary objective is to provide a solid initial understanding of the connection between literacy development and language processing. Specifically, how dyslexia (difficulty with the acquisition of reading skills) is directly related to neurobiologically-based weaknesses in language processing.
Dr Michael Hart Ph.D.

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Dr Michael Hart Ph.D.
on behalf of MHart

Dr. Hancock has worked as a nurse educator for 8 years. She is currently employed full-time with William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She teaches research methods and evidence-based practice in undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Dr. Hancock has been a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator since 2007. She currently serves Lamaze International as a volunteer nurse planner on the Accredited Provider Unit committee.

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Danika Mclain (7 Aug 2018)
I this could provide some insight on how the brain works when reading and processing is which wil be helpful in the classroom.
(19 Jun 2019)
Great informational course.

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