From Zone Editing (Mr. Martin's Blog) - Kildonan School:
"I first wrote about this topic in an article called, “At Its Best, Assistive Technology Complements Remediation,” which the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) was kind enough to publish in their parent e-newsletter, Dyslexia Connection. In the piece, I outlined the specific ways in which language remediation and assistive technology work together in the education of dyslexic students. Since that article was written, two books have been published that lend support to what I see on a daily basis. I am happy to know that Brock and Fernette Eide and Ben Foss, respected leaders in the field of dyslexia education, also believe that a two-pronged approach, combining language remediation and assistive technology, is the way to get the most out of dyslexic students.