Share this with your teachers: “Dyslexia in the Classroom what every teacher Needs to Know” the link is below:
Here is a template to share with your classroom teachers: the link is below for an “Accommodations Checklist” :
Here is a great resource to read and be familiar with:
Assistive Technology changes are so dynamic keep abreast with Expert Jamie Martin:
The Importance of Simultaneous Ear and Eye Reading:
When a child has not learned to read, they require access to text in a format that allows them to still understand content, build vocabulary, and learn. Digital text to speech is not “cheating” it is an accommodation which “levels the playing field for the struggling reader.
Is your child struggling in learning how to read? Many families wonder the same thing especially when they see data from Standardized testing. Teaching reading is complex, there are many theories, however, the best results can be accomplished when Reading Science is utilized. If your child seems to be struggling perhaps doing a quick “screening” could help Identify specific areas where there may be a gap.
Studying Morphology as part of Structured Literacy helps enable everyone to better understand Language! It is fascinating to learn the origins of words to help decipher meanings, so helpful in older grade levels to have an understanding when Expository text limits the ability to make inferences.
Lisa Barnett’s amazing classroom in Michigan:
Courage is Grace under Pressure.
Ernest Hemingway American Novelist, Sportsman, Journalist, Nobel prize winner in literature and dyslexic