Judy Hanning / Feb 17, 2019
Brought to you by Aurion Learning, this is a great chart for L&D professionals and parents to keep on hand.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 15, 2019
Dyslexia is a fairly common disorder, and can be determined by several indicators.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 14, 2019
Here are 10 ways to make the workplace dyslexia-friendly.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 14, 2019
Finally, the U.S. Department of Education is stepping up to the plate in support of children with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia. Well, just a little anyway.Read more
Phil Weaver / Jan 9, 2019
Reading requires several underlying skills. Has your child developed them properly?Read more
Kara Skarda / Jan 8, 2019
Bring up dyslexia and you're sure to start a debate. Opinions vary on what it is and what it is not. Very official sounding organizations have defined it by their own terms and that fuels the debate. In general, it's a mess. Find out more in this article.Read more
Phil Weaver / Jan 3, 2019
It's very evident that, for many children, reading practice is not the best way to improve reading. Here's one technique that shows incredible 40% gains. If you are pushing a lot of reading practice and it's not working maybe you should consider other methods. Stop banging your head against a wall.Read more
Hannah Roberts / Jan 3, 2019
Dyslexia gets a lot of coverage but there are many more learning disabilities. Many of then not very well known. At the core, they may have similar weaknesses in the learning systems but express themselves differently. Here's a quick overview of a few of them. Knowing the major categories of learning challenges is a good start to helping your chil become a fantastic learner. (Make sure to take the free assessment while your there)Read more
Liz Weaver / Jan 3, 2019
Slow, difficult reading can have a number of causes. Some are easier than others to fix. This is one of the easier ones. Try out this quick little exercise to improve visual closure. (Free visual closure exercise included).Often reading difficulty is caused by a combination of learning miro-skill problems. These problems can be in the auditory, the visual, or even the kinesthetic learning areas. So all areas should be strengthened even if one is the obvious trouble spot.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 2, 2019
Being dyslexic has nothing to do with intelligence. If anything, the biggest challenge faced is how to identify dyslexia early and intervene appropriately. Unfortunately the US is not leading the way in this. Many countries are far more advanced in this area.Read more
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