Low-Level Reading Skills


Low-level reading skills are developed by means of activities and computer software. By low-level, we mean those skills that underlie the capacity to read: line tracking, saccadic jumps, fixations, and peripheral awareness. There is some overlap between low-level reading skills and VSA, but VSA is more concerned with the mechanics of eye movements in general, as opposed these skills which are more directed towards the peculiarities of reading left-to-right and top-to-bottom. This is primarily accomplished via exposure to the EyeQ online training system, included in most registrations.

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  • Coding

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