Need tips for teaching students with dyslexia? Visual, auditory, hands-on, the list goes on and on in terms of how students learn. In our classrooms, there can be a large spectrum of learners. Some students need notes while others need modeling or hands-on learning.
Digital centers will work for some while others will flounder if they don’t have the tangible pieces in front of them. Because we know there are multiple types of learners in our classroom, we need to be prepared for all types of learners through the use of training and research. This week and next week we are going to focus on helping students with dyslexia.
Parent Perspective on Teaching Students with Dyslexia
I had the privilege to sit down and talk with a good friend of mine Trina Deboree from Teaching and Learning. Not only is Trina an educator, but she is also a parent of a student with dyslexia. If that weren’t enough to make her an expert, Trina lives with dyslexia every day. With all of her amazing experiences, Trina blessed us with a wonderful conversation about students with dyslexia.
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