How do you know which one is best for your student and which one to use? The similarities and differences between these two terms.
Coding is the beginning of a successful transition into translating written symbols or reading.
Technology is a valuable tool in supporting students with dyslexia. Here are three benefits of using it.
What is Mastery? How do students get to it? And how does it help interventionists to ensure the academic success of our dyslexic students?
As the special education team in Whitehouse ISD began serving a growing number of students with dyslexia, it had to find new ways to work smarter.
Watch this special interview with Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, the author of Esperanza, a Spanish language program designed to assist students who struggle with learning to read.
Watch this special interview with the author of the Multisensory Teaching Approach (MTA), Margaret Taylor Smith, the founder of MTS Publications, and Janna Curry, co-author of MTA.
Twice-exceptional students are both intellectually gifted and learning disabled, but giftedness masks dyslexia, and dyslexia masks giftedness – so how should educators support them?
LinkedIn added it as an official skill, dictionary.com added it as an official term, and even successful thinkers and leaders contribute it to their success. So what is Dyslexic Thinking and how did it make a difference in our world?