Mind over Matter
5 Ways Kids Use Working Memory to Learn by Amanda Morin - "Working memory is like a mental sticky note that keeps track of short-term information. Two kinds of working memory work together: auditory memory and visual-spatial memory. Help your child strengthen working memory skills." For more on Executive Functioning, see: http://ncld.org/types-learning-disabilities/executive-function-disorders
5 Ways Kids Use Working Memory to Learn
Why Is Working Memory Important? Working Memory and Learning
Watch This Dancer Show What It's Like To Come Out Of Your Shell [♥ Harry Shum, Jr.]
The best argument for reading books in today's society. pardon the language
I’m Thinking. Please. Be Quiet. - by George Prochnik, NYTimes August 24, 2013
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The Society of Timid Souls: or, How To Be Brave
How working memory correlates with general intelligence
A good thing to talk about...
Musings of an Aspie -Is There a Link Between ASD Motor Skill Deficits & Social Communication Difficulties
This pretty much sums up all of my writing instruction through middle and high school. But don't get me wrong, I highly value all that I've learned through this structured writing process. Sometimes, however, I just wish I was given more chances to have free-range on writing assignments...a little room for creativity.
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Step 3 would be the crucial missing piece...
I will never stop reading.