Dyslexia and working memory go hand in hand — How to help students remember more
from School Leaders Now
As teachers, we know that when students have certain abilities, they're better prepared for school and life. Working memory is one of those things. We know it when we see it: Students are organized, know exactly what to do after you've given directions and are able to follow in-depth discussions. On the flip side, there are students who need extra help to develop their working memory. As it turns out, working memory and dyslexia go hand in hand, and there's a lot we can do to help students with dyslexia remember more.
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