Students with dyslexia benefit from these five classroom accommodations that allow them to demonstrate their content understanding and access the curriculum with ease.
Structured Literacy is a research-based method of reading instruction that helps struggling readers and is appropriate to use with all students.
Quick tips on supporting students with dysgraphia in the classroom.
Guest Blog: Assistive Tech Expert Jamie Martin on Three Must-Have Tech Tools for Students with Dyslexia
5 Ways to Make Classroom Spelling Tests More Dyslexia Friendly
5 ways to make your classroom more dyslexia friendly.
On June 20, 2017, the Los Angeles Unified School District considered a resolution to "Recognize and Address the Educational Implications of Dyslexia in LAUSD Schools". The following is an open letter from Educator Learning Lab's founder in support of the resolution.
Although there is little you can do as a teacher to help your students keep their skills up during the break, you can tell their parents about some great tools available to them that can help them keep their skills up over the summer. Here are a few great free or low-cost resources to suggest for your students and their families.
While many students in a given general education classroom may read fluently, at grade level, with proper prosody, and reasonable accuracy (above 95%), other students will miss the mark. Here are four ways to use ORF data to improve reading fluency for struggling readers.
This month, in preparation the summer launch of our Building Reading Fluency online course with subject matter expert Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D., our blog will focus a spotlight on fluency and explore this key aspect of reading success that can sometimes be overlooked or taken for granted. Stay tuned for videos, assessment techniques, classroom tips, and technology tools to improve fluency with your students.