In a recent report for the National Science Foundation's "Science Nation," NewsHour Science correspondent Miles O'Brien explored how smart phones could help people who are dyslexic with their reading skills.
By Ruth Tam
Students with dyslexia have difficulty learning to read because their brains associate sounds and letter combinations inefficiently. But cursive can help them with the decoding process because it integrates hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and other brain and memory functions.
By Elizabeth Jones, April Brown
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