New clues to language-based learning

A new study from the University of Missouri, reported in EurekAlert, has found that working memory is a key to learning, and to helping those with learning disabilities.  Specifically, “focus of attention” appears to be the function most needed in language-based learning, and if teaching addresses this aspect of learning, children might be more successful.

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