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Technology Tools That Can Help Dyslexic Students
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Technology Tools That Can Help Dyslexic Students
Most dyslexic students don’t have a problem understanding information— so allowing them to record a class instead of painstakingly take notes, or to speak an essay into a tablet instead of writing it down can change the game completely.
How Schools Can Help Dyslexic Students with Reading
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How Schools Can Help Dyslexic Students with Reading
Helping dyslexic students learn how to read takes more effort that students whose brains aren't wired that way. one of the most important next steps for educators is to step outside the classroom to get the at-risk student the intense intervention needed from a trained reading specialist— realizing that educators can’t handle serious reading issues alone.
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