November–December 2021

A Dyslexia Reflection by Joanne Marttila Pierson, PhD, CCC-SLP

Dr. Pierson shares a short reflection about betting on the success of your students and the transformative power of praise.

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Get a better understanding of research into interest-based learning models and their benefits for individuals with learning disabilities.

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Take a closer look at the skill of spelling, how it develops, and why it’s important.

Don't make us spell it out

Success Story: David Flink

David Flink, Master Mentor

Master Mentor

David Flink has helped connect thousands of elementary students with learning disabilities with college-aged mentors who share similar difficulties through his non-profit Eye To Eye National.

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Living with dyslexia is challenging enough, so we’ve compiled a guide with knowledge and resources to help you take control of your life and set yourself up for success.

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By Dr. Michael Ryan

I have often been asked how open people should be about their dyslexia. Should they tell their teacher, employer, or future college that they have dyslexia?

Only you can decide

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