If you suspect a student has dyslexia, what should you do? Learn how to spot the signs of dyslexia and the next steps to take.
Homeschooling kids with special needs can be a challenge. Get tips and tricks for homeschooling dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and more!
Do you have students who struggle with reading? These ten ways to help struggling readers are practical, simple, and effective.
How do you meet the needs of each of your students? We have step-by-step instructions and resources for differentiated instruction methods.
These top ten calming activities will not only help kids unwind and de-stress, but they will also give them practice in self-regulation.
A child with dyslexia will most likely have reading dfficulties at home when homescholing. That’s natural. Here’s how to help them thrive!
Reading isn’t just for the eyes. Learn about ear reading and its multitude of benefits, especially for those with dyslexia.
Do you have students who struggle with numbers? These dyscalculia interventions can help students with dyscalculia.
Do you have students with dysgraphia in your classroom? Here are some tips for how to help students with dysgraphia succeed!
Dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia…what do each of these entail? And is there anything that links them? Read on for a summary of the 3 Ds.
Not sure how to help students with dyslexia succeed in your classroom or homeschool? Here are some tips for making things equitable.
Are your students with ADHD struggling? Here’s how to help students with ADHD be more engaged and on-task while learning.
By implementing more wait time, or the time you wait before calling on a student to answer a question, you give ALL students a chance to excel.
Move beyond the typical desk and chairs and consider alternative seating in the classroom. It may be just the change your learners need!
Do you or your child have dyslexia? Learning how to navigate online classes can be tricky! We asked Dan Jordan from Accessing College to share some of the best tips …
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I remember getting frustrated with my oldest son because he couldn’t tell me what the word was that we had just read a couple of pages back. He looked at it and …