Suggestions on how to document a strength- and interest-based learning approach in the student’s IEP.
While our kids may be asking for the latest Xbox game, we should not forget the wealth of non-electronic games out there that can promote language and literacy learning while having fun.
Spanish researchers further connect dyslexia with syllable stress awareness. Study suggests instruction for students with dyslexia should include stress awareness strengthening.
Dr. Ryan offers four principles for young dyslexics to help them adjust their coping strategies to make them work in adult life.
Emotions that dyslexics may feel, including anxiety, anger, depression...
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