From the desk of Dr. Marianne Cintron
Music is being recognized as a valuable contributor to so many brain-related issues. I have tapped into music as it helps dyslexic kids read. My app, Dunking Dyslexia, plays classical music in the left ear, simultaneously playing spelling exercises in the right ear.
Being very familiar with the brain parts called the left and right angular gyruses, I was surprised to learn from several presenters on language acquisition, that our brain was not created to read. Reading began in the late 1800s-1900s. It's brain evolution! And we...
The research says, “Yes!” Your child needs to understand his or her brain just learns differently and that they are smart! They are not lazy or dumb! This helps your child’s self-esteem. Be sure your child is receiving the intervention required for dyslexia! Let me...
On April 13, the long-awaited annual event finally arrived. Among the one hundred attendees were IDA Board Members, parents, teachers, lawyers, psychologists, SELPA reps, and three awesome speakers. We also had a separate room with tables hosted by thirteen vendors....
I have a passion to help dyslexic students.
My focus is on dyslexia intervention and parent awareness by mentoring and training interns, parents, teachers, and tutors. We also partner in the community and hold creative events for students.
I have four earned degrees with a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration. My Doctoral research involved pairing music with a specialized reading program called Reading from Scratch, which offers training for private, out of school intervention.
I am a published author and have spoken on Freedom Fighters Hope Recovery Center Internet Radio. I have also spoken about my book with Promise Christian University which is aired in 147 countries. I serve as a board member of the International Dyslexia Association and is a Teacher Trainer, Intervention Specialist for S.P.I.R.E. (School Specialty).