Reading an eye chart mounted or projected on a wall is a standard part of every visit to the optometrist today, but it wasn't always that way. Centuries ago, practitioners struggled to measure vis ...View Article
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Simultaneous processing is the child's ability to solve problems that must be solved by looking at many parts of a problem at once rather than one part or feature at a time. Simultaneous processing is important in learning the shapes of letters and numbers, deriving meaning from pictures, understanding the main ideas of stories or comprehending the meaning of difficult paragraphs.