|In This Issue|
|Studies Show Dyslexia Not Linked to IQ
A new study on dyslexia, which is forthcoming in the journal Psychological Science, could change how educators diagnose the disorder, thereby opening up reading support to more children who could benefit from it.
|The “Google Effect”
In four cleverly designed experiments reported in Science Magazine (August 2011), scientists explored how the Internet may be changing the way people remember information.
|Our First Podcast!…ACT Test Prep Trends
A+ Social Media Intern, Jessica Lopez, a senior at Temple University majoring in Strategic Communications, speaks with Jim Giovannini, owner of Academic Tutoring Centers in Chicago, and co-author of Barron’s ACT Flash Cards and Barron’s 6 ACT Practice Tests.
|Video Games in the Classroom?
Is there a place for Minecraft or SimCity in a classroom? Do we want our already electronically-dependent kids to play video games as school work?
|Free Proctored SAT and ACT Exam Schedule for December 2011 and January 2012