Channel-Talk for The Learning Classroom
From: estes (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Oct 25 2003 - 19:53:24 EDT
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Yes there are several books on this subject. Reading By Colors by Irlen, Green, F. Brain and learning research: implications for meeting the needs of diverse learners, Hodge, P. "A dyslexic child in the classroom, a guide for teachers and parent", Davis Dyslexia Association International, and Irlen, H. The World of Misperception and Wilkins, A. Helping Reading With Colour, there are so many different approaches to the reading under different headings. Debbie I hope you will read some on the handicap for comprehension, there are many ways to use color for reading. There are color to relax, strength, calm, soothe, excite, happy, joy, entertain, facts, and just plain old reading. I wish I could list all the places and books to find the details, but that would take all night. You may want to go on line to different sites to search for research on the brain and color. I hope this will help you get started I will keep you informed on any others that may be in my notes. I am taking great pride in the results of my tests with the students in my classroom. I think the yellow and blue are going to be the pick of all colors in this group of students. Thank you for taking an interest in this its, a great experiment with certain students.It will serve in two ways, as a tutor and peer teaching. Good luck on your project, I hope you have the same success as I am having with my students.
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