Applied Learning Processe

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Applied Learning Processe
Applied Learning Processe is listed in the Tutoring category in Kansas City, Missouri. Displayed below are the social networks for Applied Learning Processe which include a Facebook page and a Pinterest page. The activity and popularity of Applied Learning Processe on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 0.

Contact information for Applied Learning Processe is:
430 E Blue Ridge Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64145
(816) 942-6808

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Summer rush, here we come!

This is a great interview with Sally Shaywitz about the need for early dyslexia screening. It's always a treat to listen to Dr. Shaywitz speak. http://theshow.kjzz.org/content/467691/other-states-also-implementing-early-screening-dyslexia
This week, Gov. Ducey signed into law a bill that defines dyslexia and will allow the state Board of Education to create a handbook for schools that outlines ways to identify students with dyslexia and better work with them to improve their reading and comprehension. Rep. Jill Norgaard introduced th...

We've talked about this kind of thing for ages - great to see research it back it up!
New research shows that reading books with a child beginning in early infancy can boost vocabulary and reading skills four years later, before the start of elementary school.

Milestones along the way are so important to celebrate. When this 3rd-grader came to us, she struggled with matching sounds to letters. Sounding out words of more than two sounds was overwhelming. Spelling was especially frustrating. After many hours of intensive work, she is working with words of 4 and 5 sounds, and has started a strategy for handling multi-syllable words. Spelling still isn't her favorite task, but she has started writing sentences she comes up with on her own, and has a strategy for going back and checking her work. She was so excited about this sentence - even though she initially misspelled "real," she caught the mistake when she checked her work and knew how to fix it! We're not quite to grade level work yet, but this step is huge! She's developing strategies for spelling, and most importantly, learning how to independently check her own work. We can't wait to see how she progresses from here!

Listening to a wonderful panel at the International Dyslexia Association Kansas Missouri Branch Making Sense of Dyslexia conference!