Research of new treatments for Rett Syndrome

Research of new treatments for Rett Syndrome

Research of new treatments for Rett Syndrome With this post we’d like to help Dr. Manel Esteller and his investigatio group to collect the money needed to investigate new treatments for Rett Syndrome. Project description The Rett Syndrome is the second most common cause of intellectual disability in females after Down Syndrome. It is a neuronal developmental disease

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Reciprocal learning: a guided practice to improve reading comprehension

Reciprocal learning Reciprocal learning: a guided practice to improve reading comprehension Reciprocal learning is characterized by “guided practice in the application of simple and concrete strategies in reading comprehension task” (Soriano, Sánchez, Soriano y Nievas, 2013). It is well known that nowadays having a good level of reading comprehension is essential as a solid base

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Reading comprehension, world knowledge and acquisition of new information

Reading comprehension, world knowledge and acquisition of new information

Reading comprehension, world knowledge and acquisition of new information How do we comprehend the information we are reading? World knowledge is an essential component of reading comprehension. Every text takes for granted the readers’ familiarity with a whole range of unspoken and unwritten facts about the cultural and natural worlds. A well-educated 12th-grader knows an

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