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Phonics, Rhythms, and Rhymes - A researched-based Phonics Reading program that uses a rhyming approach to teach students to read!  We have thousands of benchmarks, post-tests and testimonials to prove that it works!

Phonics, Rhythms, and Rhymes - A researched-based Phonics Reading program that uses a rhyming approach to teach students to read! We have thousands of benchmarks, post-tests and testimonials to prove that it works!

Orton-Gillingham

I LOVE the Orton-Gillingham Approach: Multi-sensory approach for teaching reading and spelling to children with Dyslexia.

Successful dyslexia treatment requires special teaching techniques and content that are based on evidence based research.

A complete description of the Orton Gillingham approach to reading instruction for dyslexia and list of accredited training schools

One of the first steps in learning to read is developing a strong awareness of phonemes in language - phonemic awareness.  Interestingly, many dyslexics struggle with this, making weak phonemic awa...

One of the first steps in learning to read is developing a strong awareness of phonemes in language - phonemic awareness. Interestingly, many dyslexics struggle with this, making weak phonemic awa.

Word Decoding and Phonics | Four Practical Principles for Enhancing Vocabulary Instruction

Article from Carol Tomlinson talking about differentiation at the most basic level. I like how it gives examples of how we can differentiate content, product, process, and environment.

WHAT'S IT LIKE BEING DYSLEXIC? "This comic tells the story of a dyslexic kid struggling at school. Find out typical dyslexic difficulties and their strengths."

'THE LIVE: DYSLEXIA ONLINE COMMUNITY' Dyslexia is characterized by difficulty with learning to read fluently and with accurate comprehension despite normal intelligence.

Help for Struggling Readers: Dyslexia's Challenges Often Translate into STEM Strengths

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of once again returning to the gifted classroom. This is an annual experience for me in a program c.

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