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Adeline Koh 24m
THREAD. Little signs that I have pretty severe that I always thought were just personal failings: (1)
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Dystech Apr 18
What it feel like to have dyslexia. Obviously Dyslexia isn’t a one-size-fits-all description of the disorder, but hopefully, this gives you a small insight into the symptom.
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Rod Duncan 3h
I've come across a job application system that seems specifically designed to discourage dyslexics. The personal statement needs to be typed into an online box, which times out every few minutes and which has disabled cut and paste. (No. I'm not saying who it is.)
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Kathryn Jane Cronin 18h
I am now working on continuing my series I started 2 and a 1/2 years ago under the new title Dyslexicon I'm hoping that the first new piece will be done by next week!
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Lindsay Kemeny Apr 19
Today I taught my faculty all abt , the science of reading, and structured literacy. The teachers were so responsive! One was in tears, frustrated that she hadn't been taught this before. "Think of all the Ss I could have helped!"
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Susan L. Hall, EdD Apr 19
This is a good article by Dr. Maryanne Wolf about differences in the way the brain of an individual with dyslexia processes text. Understanding Dyslexia and the Reading Brain in Kids
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13BlueRust 11h
Replying to @HugoHouse @LLHitz
Srry, with my I read this as "Yoga for Witches" Hmmm... what would THAT look like?🧙‍♀️🧘‍♀️🧹💡🤨
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Anna Moore Apr 19
If you have concerns that screening kindergarteners for dyslexia is “bad”, please read. Screening early is BEST for children. Assess. Share results with parents - empower parents to partner with teachers. Intervene early. Young brains are the most plastic.
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Dyslexia Connect Apr 15
The myth that reading ability is related to intelligence is a very harmful one! Dyslexia exists across the entire spectrum of intelligence. A child can be incredibly intelligent, but still have trouble reading three letter words.
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Dyslexia Training Apr 19
As standardized tests start for a lot of schools next week, this message is important to keep in mind...
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Jane Gaudie Apr 14
Building self esteem is paramount when children join our
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Screening4Dyslexia Apr 13
We love multi-sensory learning
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Dallas Branch IDA Apr 16
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Marilyn Muller ~ Dyslexia Advocate 3h
Replying to @Dyslexiaisok
Right, it’s more like 8 million.
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Creative Briefs Apr 17
This is a visual representation of how our new project is going to work! Luckily it makes sense to us, and we can't wait to show you how our dyslexic minds work to create something really special!
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Nessy Apr 16
Don't assume a student is lazy, check for the warning signs of .
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Debbie Meyer Apr 17
Congrats and let’s end the to prison pipeline
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TTRS 2h
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Harvard Education Apr 18
Strong home literacy practices may help to create a detour for the brain's reading network, from the left hemisphere to the right, providing resiliency for young readers with a family history of , via
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Gifted—Not Broken Apr 20
The effects of go far beyond reading. Phonics reading programs do NOT address the underlying struggles that many dyslexics face. A successful education requires that issues with memorization, organization, decision-making, etc., be addressed.
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