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Miss Woodhouse Sep 17
Advice about a child who is EAL and dyslexic who hears -ed as -t?
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Hannah Sep 17
I have someone very close to me that is dyslexic and if I can learn anything about dyslexia I will!
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Rosie Weldon 14h
9 months ago I approached my boss to suggest accountancy should become dyslexia friendly. Tomorrow I post out a survey that is designed to prove this need and fight for change. Proud? Incredibly. Terrified? Yep. It all comes down to it getting enough responses.
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Tiny Morgan, yeehaw 12h
because of my I am always scared to write "Gay" instead of "Guy" or even "Gray" sometime even "Uruguay" ( Urugay lol) ! Of course this counts for the other part, I am scared to write "guy" instead of "gray", "gay" Tell me I am not the only one Please :")
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TheLifeDyslexic 22h
will complicate certain things but will not make them impossible.
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TheLifeDyslexic Sep 16
Don't confuse my slow reading and poor spelling with being illiterate.
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Dyslexia Laws For Michigan Sep 17
You are your child's best advocate
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Dybuster 2h
Teachers forced to pay for training
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Neil Milliken 2h
When I travel I want clear instructions and signage – my means I get lost easily
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Courtney-May🐊 Sep 18
I’ve just realised that ‘niece’ is spelt with an e??? So I’ve literally been spelling it ‘nice’ for the past 18 years. What a dumb fuck
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Maria Barry Sep 18
Replying to @MariacBarry
CHOOSE ! Whoops
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Dyslexia Connect Sep 18
"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says, "I'll try again tomorrow." The resilience and tenacity that kids with dyslexia develop by overcoming their struggles is an incredible asset in life!
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NCLD 21h
We're excited to see such a significant investment being made in research and intervention.
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TheLifeDyslexic 18h
Words twist around around the page.
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Dyslexia Connect Sep 16
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Lisa Nelson Sep 15
“Any working memory effort devoted to reading unfamiliar words compromises the amount of working memory available for comprehension. (Perfetti,1995; Nation,2005) from pg.125 Essentials book by David Kilpatrick
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Dr. Nadine Gaab 23h
Kindergarten Training in Phonological Awareness: Fluency and Comprehension Gains Are Greatest for Readers at Risk in Grades 1 Through 9
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Dyslexia Bytes 11h
As local education authorities across the country cut back on support for pupils with , many are under pressure to go on self-funded training courses in their own time.
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Moon Hall School, Reigate 17h
Fantastic article . Discussing how we do things differently in order to achieve fantastic results for our pupils with
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Eileen Antalek, EdD 19h
We know this method doesn't work for poor readers. So let's teach non-readers how to read using evidence based practices that work--you know, use science.
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