Computerized “brain training” programs marketed at young children make impressive claims—that they can help children learn better, that they improve children’s focus and memory, and that they can help children succeed in school.
Scientific evidence suggests that these claims are premature. Read the full article.
For children with dyslexia that have issues with working memory, such programs are unlikely to help with increased memory retention or with reading difficulties that may be related to dyslexia.
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