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Reading is the area in which students with dyslexia struggle the most. Luckily, there are mobile apps that can help with functions like text-to-speech translation.
Technology can make such a difference for a student with dyslexia. Get to know the apps that work best for you.
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what wonderful opportunities are now available for our learners... just got to reach them all more efficiently....true personalised scaffolded learning is looking closer
Parents often ask for help in locating appropriate apps for student with dyslexia. This is a great place to start!
"I would always carry a book with me, but I was not actually reading the book..."- Anderson Cooper, journalist and anchor, CNN
From Oprah: "As a child, I had a problem reading. I had a mild form of dyslexia where I would see some letters backward, and I had to go to a special reading instructor. One way she helped was to encourage me to find books that I was really passionate about...
I don't think it's an accident that I became a war correspondent. I'm interested in stories of survival: how some people make it through desperate times and others don't. If you go to a conflict zone, you find there's never a complete vacuum. There's always some form of authority. It may not make sense, and it's terrifying. You learn that people are capable of horrific brutality but also great kindness..."
Cooper exemplies dyslexic MIND strengths N & D - narrative reasoning (vivid storytelling) and dynamic reasoning (analyzing complex and constantly changing environments like war zones).