It’s time when students are returning to the classroom and the child that struggles with reading and learning have a difficult time learning with background noise.
More data supporting the range of perceptual difficulties in dyslexia.
Many parents and teachers out there might say, “Aha!”. Students with background noise problems often show wide variability in their classroom success, that may be due to teaching style, class size, degree of noise, or seat placement. Be vigilant to the possibility, and help your student advocate for classroom speakers if needed.
Now is this education or neurobiology? Both of course! We do a disservice to children if we can’t find efficient ways to share information between researchers, educators, and parents.