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Judy Hanning / Jan 12, 2018
Bonnie’s story about her son’s struggles with dyslexia offers a really important parent perspective on those with difficulties reading. Her strategy to teach students how to read for meaning is so important, not just for developmental skills in children, but also for grown adults.Watch
Judy Hanning / Jan 12, 2018
Watch the Dyslexia training video to learn more about the learning difference students might face. Teachers can learn a few tips that will help them and their students in the classroom.Watch
Judy Hanning / Jan 3, 2018
A teen's perspective on dyscalculia. See it from their eyes in this videoWatch
Judy Hanning / Jan 2, 2018
This short video portrays the experiences of dyslexics in the classroom. The good and the bad.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
Have you ever given any thought to people who make a difference in the young lives of our children? It might seem even more important when those children have dyslexia. Check out this interview with Brian Bannon who has brought dyslexia and diversity to the forefront.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
Do you know someone that has dyslexia? Have you ever tried to look at the good in everything but find that challenging when it comes to dyslexia? Chances are if you are like most people, then that is true. However, check out this video to see the dyslexic advantage.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
A really concise, but informative video about how dyslexia was first discovered in nineteenth-century Britain. What is especially poignant about this video is its visual depiction of dyslexia: it presents words backwards, which, although confusing, is perhaps intended to illustrate the struggles of those with dyslexia.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
There are telltale signs and symptoms of Dyslexia as it is traditionally defined for students. Those with the learning difference will need some support to acquire basic reading skills.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
Alarming fact: Some states predict the number of prisons they will need by looking at literacy rates of 4th graders.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
The teenagers in this video certainly make it more accessible to young students. The peer-to-peer interviews also help normalize dyscalculia for teens who may be experiencing low self-esteem due to their difficulties with math.Watch