Dyslexia is a learning disability which effects a child�s ability to learn to read. Dyslexic children often have difficulty learning the alphabet, with spelling words and reading out loud. There are a number of management and teaching techniques to help dyslexic students which include specialised phonics instruction, individual tutoring and more. Find thoughtful discussions, informative articles and effective tips for teaching students with dyslexia as well as children with other disabilities that cause difficulty with reading.
People who have sustained brain damage can often find that they suddenly have difficulty writing well. This problem, called acquired dysgraphia, can be treated – but it is important to recognize the symptoms.
Joan is an extremely gifted and articulate 6th grade student. She is hiding a secret from her family, friends, classmates and her teachers. Joan can’t read.She has been tested for every learning disability, except the one disability, that is impacting her ability to read. Joan has dyslexia.