Early Intervention of Dyslexia in the School
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The Lowdown on Dyslexia | Special Education & IEP Advisor

The Lowdown on Dyslexia | Special Education & IEP Advisor | Early Intervention of Dyslexia in the School | Scoop.it
Students with dyslexia can and should be identified as early as kindergarten. Dyslexia can be diagnosed by a properly trained professional. However ...
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According to the Learning Disability Association of America Website http://www.ldanatl.org/aboutld/teachers/index.asp, with four to six percent of all students classified as having specific learning disabilities (SLD) in our nation’s public schools, every teacher can expect to find students with learning disabilities in the classroom. Success for these students requires a focus on individual achievement, individual progress, and individual learning. Despite obstacles, recent research tells us that we can teach these students how to learn. We can put them into a position to compete!,  All teachers need to be trained to look for the signs of dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities in the classroom so that proper remediation may be provided early.

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Universal Accessibility: A New Conversation About Web Accessibility Huffington Post UK (blog) Promoting the dyslexic advantage, like Virgin Group Founder, Richard Branson, and delivering effective solutions is infinitely more beneficial than...
Eileen Tait-Acker's insight:

According to the Learning Disability Association of America Website http://www.ldanatl.org/aboutld/teachers/index.asp, with four to six percent of all students classified as having specific learning disabilities (SLD) in our nation’s public schools, every teacher can expect to find students with learning disabilities in the classroom. Success for these students requires a focus on individual achievement, individual progress, and individual learning. Despite obstacles, recent research tells us that we can teach these students how to learn. We can put them into a position to compete!,  All teachers need to be trained to look for the signs of dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities in the classroom so that proper remediation may be provided early. 

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