Brenda Munger Dyslexia: Learning disability that specifically impairs a person's ability to read.
Are you or you have a child diagnosed with Dyslexia? Although, dyslexia is a reading ability impairment there are also strengths that can be developed and many dyslexics have excelled. Check out this list of Strengths and Weaknesses of having Dyslexia.
Strengths-based strategies for Dyslexic Students.
Practicum in Education and Training (D) suggest effective instructional practices to accommodate learning differences, learner exceptionality, and special-needs conditions
"Parents must explain dyslexia to their child's teachers - so teachers will know how to help them. Start with this wonderful 'Dear Teacher' letter, created by Decoding Dyslexia-Utah." ~ Susan Barton, Bright Solutions LOVE this!
These posters provide knowledge, understanding, inspiration and direction in the classroom with dyslexia. This information is good across the board in the classroom and not just one subject area or common core standard.
"Being stigmatized with the label ""learning disabled"" can have a devastating effect on children struggling with dyslexia. Facing the social and academic challenges of growing up and going to school when
What is Dysgraphia Poster 16" x 20" for Classrooms and Tutoring Centers