It was a very interesting course that opened up my mind regarding early literacy in children. This new perspective could be a great start for further research on the topic.
I really enjoyed the information it was very informative and something that I can use in my personal and professional life.\n\nThank you for making this a free training!
By Dr.Y. V H•
it could be simplified more
By Marcelo B•
Only theory, interesting but with almost no practical advice
By Lauren T•
This course flies in the face of more than 30 years of research into how the brain learns to read. The ability to read is not acquired "naturally" as spoken language is. The brain needs to repurpose certain regions in order to link speech sounds to symbols and to store words in order to be recognized instantly. Humans, whether adults or children, do not learn to read without some form of instruction. Some may intuit the sound-letter correlations (i.e. self-teach), but most need some instruction. Please don't waste your time with the course!
By Claudia A M•
I didn't like to participate because the approach was not good enough.
By Abigail M C•
lacks informative structure and new information