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Foundry Phase I: Developing Reading CratesIn this week’s moonshot, we present our finalized question and solution: The Question: How can we treat dyslexia using a multisensory teaching approach within the home? Most of dyslexia treatment is integrated into education (school), but we propose to bring treatment into the home.
Remind us of your question and your solutionOur (old) Question part 1: How can we detect dyslexia on a behavioral level and treat it biologically at an early stage of life?Old Solution: Our previous solution was two-fold, involving a physical detection of dyslexia and biological treatment. Regarding the former,
In this round of moonshot work, our team’s two best solutions underwent “Rapid Evaluation” by several other groups. As a reminder, our group is striving to answer the question, “How can we detect dyslexia on a behavioral level and treat it biologically at an early stage of life?”. With
Big Question Pitched:How can we detect and treat dyslexia on a much broader scale? Big Question Revision:How can we detect dyslexia on a behavioral level and treat it biologically, all at an early stage of life? Feedback:The feedback we received last week was very helpful, as it
Question: How can we use science and brain imaging technology to treat dyslexia at a young age? Is the question big enough? We found that ~10% of the American population is dyslexic, and only 5% of those people are aware. Celebration of failures: Our first idea was to use brain
HEY. Welcome to The Glia Club. We are focusing on brain plasticity, imaging, and disorders. We will start by introducing our senior, Dominique Martinez. Hailing from the wonderful city of Tampa, FL, she loves to skateboard (with a helmet) #sk8rgirl. She is majoring in BBB & is primarily interested in