The final entry written by Jodi DeVries after attending a summer institute on the Neuroscience of Reading with Dr. John Gabrieli and Dr. Joanna Christodoulou at MIT. Be sure to read the first three parts of this article. Links are available at the end of her post.
“Neuroscientists can show you all sorts of pretty brain pictures indicating how, when you read, your brain looks much different than non-dyslexic readers. It’s a brain thing. It’s not an effort thing. It’s not an instruction thing. It’s not an intelligence thing. It’s a brain thing.”