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Dallas Branch IDA Apr 16
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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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Decoding Dyslexia RI Apr 10
Most teachers have not been given any training on dyslexia in their teacher prep programs or schools, this may cause them to only see the tip of the iceberg.
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Screening4Dyslexia Apr 13
We love multi-sensory learning
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Jane Gaudie Apr 14
Building self esteem is paramount when children join our
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Michelle Watson Apr 14
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KSMOIDA Apr 17
Less is known about competence in the general population than is known about reading achievement -find out what is is an how it affects students with in this week's :
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Harvard Education 11h
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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Marcella Apr 10
He was 4 years old and had classic signs. We began speech theraphy & tested his hearing. We need to promote . I was a first time mom & had no idea what to look for.
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Nessy Apr 16
Don't assume a student is lazy, check for the warning signs of .
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Tim Conway, PhD 46m
Sad but TRUE & a GLOBAL epidemic of lack of programs that are “evidence-based with large gains, as measured by Randomized Controlled Trials” research.
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Dyslexia Training 6h
One of the best ways to develop empathy for those with dyslexia is to experience a little bit of what it's like to have it. The Dyslexia for a Day Simulation Kit gives you that opportunity! Check it out here:
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Jonny Guns 20h
You’d think after living 2+ years at this apartment I would know the difference between the fan and the light switch in the bathroom. Good grief!
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LD@school 10h
Most people think of in terms of the problems that it creates and how to ‘fix’ them. But often exceptional talents and abilities come with this challenge. Learn more about these hidden talents at:
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Emily Files 4h
4 hours & counting of testimony on Assembly Bill 110 to create a handbook for WI schools. Families sharing stories of schools refusing the acknowledge dyslexia or using reading interventions that don't work. "I thought I was actually dumb," one student told legislators.
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Orton Gillingham OA Apr 11
Perfect for older students who are transitioning from foundational literacy skills to those along the advance language continuum.
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Nessy Apr 16
Children with are often very creative and can have special talents, so celebrate these every day!
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shannon suess 4h
Proud to celebrate these amazing students for winning 2nd place in the National Great Reading Games! Thank you for igniting a love for reading in these students!
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CoSF Observer Apr 16
The South Fulton Parents for Education in partnership with the International Association, Dyslexia Resource, and Decoding Dyslexia GA will host "How to Help Struggling Readers" on April 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Wolf Creek Library. Register via Eventbrite.
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Maureen Kelleher 1h
This open letter from a young student in a Main Line suburb of Philadelphia adds fuel to the fire for why primary teachers must know the science of reading and how to spot . From
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