How Can I Help My Child Learn to Read Well?
|Dr. Healy tells us that every child is different, meaning there is no one age at which a child should read. Further, she contends that often children get the wrong kind of instruction in reading, which may do more harm than good. Listen to learn what simple activities you can do at home to positively impact your child’s reading ability.|
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May 9, 2009 Parents Channel
Jane M. Healy holds a Ph.D. in educational psychology and has more than thirty years’ experience as an educator, scholar, and mother of three sons. Healy author of Your Child’s Growing Mind and is currently working and she won the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Educator’s Award for Endangered Minds.
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