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Marcella Jun 14
This is what happens to the children who can’t read. It's okay to say . It's real. It's our problem. It's on our doorstep.We advocate to educate.Why 36 million American adults can’t read enough to work — and how to help them.
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Jenny B Ski VT Jun 16
Last night at dinner my son picked up a battery operated candle and looked at the bottom and got a confused look on his face. “It says ‘no’ and ‘off’. How do you turn it on?” We looked at each other and started laughing. My poor kiddo has and it pops up often!
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Dyslexia Training Jun 9
"It is not uncommon to hear about all the high achievers and entrepreneurs with dyslexia, but did you know that there is also a disproportional number of juvenile offenders and criminals with this learning disability?"
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Educational Therapy Jun 14
Students like me with learning and attention issues have a lot to express about the world. We can come up with creative, thoughtful, smart things to say, but we sometimes need a little help putting our ideas into writing.
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Rahim Azizyan Jun 15
: The World the Way I See It (award-winning documentary)
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WeGetToTeach Jun 15
I wrote an article in for their Centennial (100th!) Issue! Did you get your copy? I came up w/ an acronym to remember how to teach and - visit their website to get your FREE copy today! Visit to learn more!
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Lisa Thompson Jun 15
Owen and the Soldier is out today! This is my little novella about the importance of remembering and being brave.
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Nessy Jun 15
Is really "dyslexia for numbers"? Dyscalculia can exist on it's own but is often found in kids with issues like and ADHD.
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British Dyslexia Association 16h
Interested in supporting FE and HE learners with and ? Come along to our conference on 17th July - our experts are exploring good practice in supporting neurodiverse apprentices and adult learners! Find out more:
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Siena Castellon ByCA Jun 16
What do you guys think of my banner & flyers? Also wearing my “Girls can do anything” t-shirt for the Netflix filming. Showcased them for the first time at
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Beth Pickard 16h
Thank you for sharing this important publication, excited to include this affirmative stance in my study and to include to advocate for development of curriculum and policy 👍🏻
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Neil Milliken Jun 8
Being dyslexic means I have a high chance of getting lost and thus a high chance of having adventures.
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Nessy Jun 15
Princess Beatrice of York, one of many said, " is an opportunity and a possibility to learn differently. You have magical brains, they just process differently."
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Plus Value Awareness Jun 16
Best wishes & Happy Father's Day to all Dad's living with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Social Anxiety
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Neil Milliken Jun 8
I use speech recognition when writing creatively. It allows me to access a higher vocabulary without the effort of typing
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Rep. Barbara Dittrich Jun 14
Finished out the work day in district talking adoption, dyslexia, & tribal needs with this engaged Wisconsinite. Love working on meaningful solutions with citizens.
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Marcia Nelson Pedde Jun 15
Thanks everyone who came out for today's reading and book signing... and special thanks to the wonderful staff at !! 👸
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Yvonna Graham Jun 14
Phonics only goes so far for dyslexics. Other tools are needed, too.
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The Codpast 14h
What is Dyslexia and How will it affect me?
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Amyecd Jun 14
Replying to @1in5awareness
Dyslexia is harmful to the student and the entire family. You can hear the pain in his voice. The damage is real. The students are ridiculed by classmates and some teachers and parents are left to try and help their child keep up. Not learn...just keep up. Tragic.
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