Dyslexia Educational and Parenting Articles

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When kindergarteners and first graders reverse letters, are they just hitting a bump, or should you worry about dyslexia? Here's info on dyslexia warning signs.
Is your child dyslexic?  When should parents be concerned that their child may need to see a specialist?
Here are some tips for getting dyslexic students to approach reading with confidence and enthusiasm.
Dyslexia is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed learning issues for school-age children. But the earlier it's diagnosed, the better. Here's what to look for:
Despite a lot of well-known sufferers, dyslexia is greatly misunderstood and often misdiagnosed. As a parent, it's important to not take any label lying down.
Provides organized and easily managed ways of scaffolding vocabulary acquisition to meaning structures for students with learning disabilities like dyslexia.
The summer can be an ideal time to help a child with Dyslexia make significant academic gains. This article includes information on fun and educational summer
Find out what issues kids with learning disabilities may face.
Lists the different types of dyslexia - reading disorders most frequently seen in children.  Highlights the importance of early detection.
Outlines specific cognitive/behavioral characteristics of dyslexic students, including attention deficits, and the associated strategic environmental
Provides a table summarizing characteristics of fluent and non fluent readers, which include many dyslexic students.  Describes causes and interventions.
Provides an outline for students to follow to self-monitor during reading.  Includes a self-questioning procedure and accompanying inner dialogue example.
These classroom strategies will help kids with learning disabilities achieve success.
Find out six reasons why a child might have a learning disability.
Provides a description of several 'thinking' or 'compensatory strategies' that aid all readers to improve their engagement with text.
Summarizes how all students, even those with dyslexia, can acquire the skills and motivation to become effective or successful lifelong readers.
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