Text-to-speech ebooks, phonological awareness game apps, and beginner reading assistance apps are all good resources for young students with dyslexia or other reading disabilities. But older students with dyslexia might not be challenged enough with these beginning reader applications, yet still want supplemental material while reading. Sherlock: Interactive Adventure, an application for the iPad, is an interactive ebook for students ages 14+ that contains the original text of Sir Arthur...Read more
A recent study, conducted by Kent Peter Nelson and Ryan Hourigan, examines the perceptions of dyslexic musicians whose dyslexia affects their music learning.Read more
Certain words, coined ‘sight words’, can help establish a young student’s reading and writing skills when learned early on. Learning these ‘sight words’ make a child’s early reading and writing experiences easier as well as help to establish a strong foundation off of which they can continue to improve their fluency and speed skills.