Benefits for Home Users Helping your son or daughter learn to read is always a challenge. If dyslexia is part of the problem you have significant hurdle to [...]
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Feedback on Oral Reading Most Effective Way to Teach Reading In the largest, most comprehensive evidenced-based review ever conducted of research on how children with auditory dyslexia learn reading, a [...]
Report on Learning Disabilities Research Dr. Reid Lyon Acting Chief of the Child Development and Behavior Branch National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) National Institutes of Health [...]
After completing LTK's 87 lessons, students can decode and read 90% of all words in the English language. The remaining 10% are words that do not follow word-building rules.All versions [...]
Often dyslexia can go unnoticed for a time: Dyslexic students are often quite creative and eager to blend in with the rest of the class, so they memorize several words [...]
Homeschool parents enjoy using software of all kinds (math, spelling, reading, foreign language learning and more) to make it easier and more fun for their children to learn at home. [...]
The dyslexic student faces a lot of challenges in the traditional schoolroom: The high ratio of students to teachers means the teacher can’t spare a lot of time to devote [...]
Isn’t phonemic awareness the same thing as phonics? Not exactly: Phonics is the study of the relationship between written letters and the sounds they make, while phonemic awareness is the [...]