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Understanding Dyslexia with “Try Being Me” - Technapex

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Understanding Dyslexia with “Try Being Me”
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Yesterday CBBC, the BBC site for children, featured a special series called My Dyslexic Mind on their Newsround blog.

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How can Pictionary help visual skills?

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Pictionary is a fun game for the whole the family and for any age; there is even an edition designed for younger children. You can make up your own version of the game and add your own words suitab...

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Cathy Kingeter's curator insight, February 5, 2013 10:51 AM

This is a great idea and fun activity to play at home. 

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Science Teaching Dyslexic Students in the Rainforest - Wendy Welshans

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Great talk with Wendy Welshans today - she's an incredible teacher at the Forman School, a school for dyslexia, adhd, and learning differences. She has her own incredible personal story to tell but also an ambitious program for teaching students that buildings on their intellectual strengths.


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Video games 'teach dyslexic children to read' - Telegraph.co.uk

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Telegraph.co.uk Video games 'teach dyslexic children to read' Telegraph.co.uk After just 12 hours of gameplay, dyslexic children were able to read an additional 0.39 syllables per second than they could previously – an improvement that would take...

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Max Davie's curator insight, March 8, 2013 7:46 AM

Now stop being rude about gamers/ panicking about screens