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School is starting soon. Are you worried?

Kids across the country will head back to school in just over a month. For some parents, it’s the best time of year, but for others it brings on feelings of dread and anxiety about what lies ahead.   Parents who have children with learning difficulties, in particular, are often…  Read More »

Arrowsmith Program Research: From Self-Experimentation, to Student and Classroom Observation and Behavioural Testing, to Neuroimaging

Posted on July 15, 2016

Self-Experimentation “It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something.” Franklin D. Roosevelt President Franklin D. Roosevelt knew a thing or two about trying. The definition of “try” is described as “the effort to…  Read More »

A Need to Deeply Reconsider the Dyslexia and Gifted Paradigm: The Impact this Reasoning has on Openness to the Arrowsmith Program

Posted on July 1, 2016

“The mental function that causes dyslexia is a gift in the truest sense of the word: a natural ability, a talent. It is something special that enhances the individual.” Ronald D. Davis, The Gift of Dyslexia “Curing the negatives does not create the positives.” And so I thought, “That’s certainly…  Read More »

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August 2, 2019

Download the article here.   One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood. Lucius Annaeus Seneca   Emily, twelve years old, looks at me, and then her parents, Richard and Karey. Her green eyes wide open, dark hair over her shoulders, she…  Read More »

July 24, 2019

Download the article here.   By: Howard Eaton, Ed.M., Director, Eaton Arrowsmith Schools I sit in my home office this early July morning, listening to the sprinkler outside provide water to the vegetable garden. My computer is on, with the screen reflecting a blank Word document. I want to share…  Read More »