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EASTERN FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE TALK

The following videos are taken from Dr. Conway’s “Improving Success for Students with Dyslexia” presentation, which was given at Eastern Florida State College on October 15th, 2014.

Part 1

Dr. Conway discusses the three key principles of neuroplasticity – the brain’s capacity to learn. These are critical to the success of rewiring the brain and addressing learning difficulties.

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Part 1

Dr. Conway discusses the three key principles of neuroplasticity – the brain’s capacity to learn. These are critical to the success of rewiring the brain and addressing learning difficulties.

Part 2

Dr. Conway discusses stroke rehabilitation and how the principles of neuroplasticity still apply. The brain has an amazing capacity to learn and is designed to make new connections.

Part 3

Dr. Conway discusses the sensory systems required in the production of speech. Dr. Conway explores the multisensory method that we indirectly use to teach our children, as early as infancy. Dr. Conway explores the research on language acquisition, which is the foundation to NOW! Programs.

Part 4

Dr. Conway discusses some of the root causes of dyslexia, and some of the typical warning signs that an adult or child may have a learning disability.

Part 5

Dr. Conway discusses some of the root causes of dyslexia, and some of the typical warning signs that an adult or child may have a learning disability.

Part 6

Two systems responsible for comprehension. He discusses how deep imprinting of information (efficient comprehension) comes more from imagery than from rote memorization. There is a substantial difference between active imagery (self-generated) versus passive imagery (that which is provided).

Part 7

Two systems responsible for comprehension. He discusses how deep imprinting of information (efficient comprehension) comes more from imagery than from rote memorization. There is a substantial difference between active imagery (self-generated) versus passive imagery (that which is provided).

Part 8

Dr. Conway discusses the brain activity and patterns typically seen in strong readers versus those with reading difficulties. He also discusses whether we can improve the efficiency of those who are struggling, why they are struggling and how we can tell.

Part 9

Dr. Conway discusses the brain activity and patterns typically seen in strong readers versus those with reading difficulties. He also discusses whether we can improve the efficiency of those who are struggling, why they are struggling and how we can tell.

Part 10

Dr. Conway discusses the brain activity and patterns typically seen in strong readers versus those with reading difficulties. He also discusses whether we can improve the efficiency of those who are struggling, why they are struggling and how we can tell.