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 is an essential skill that is vital to success both in and out of the classroom. Confident readers are set up for success! Here’s how to grow them!
Reading isn’t just for the eyes. Learn about ear reading and its multitude of benefits, especially for those with dyslexia.
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.
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.
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 …
Letter reversals can be a struggle for some children. Though it can be troubling for parents and teachers, it’s not necessarily cause for alarm. Letter reversals aren’t uncommon in children …