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Dyscalculia in One Minute

To Learn More about Dyscalculia – Check out our WHAT IS DYSCALCULIA – FAST FACTS and if you’re a Premium member, check out our most recent issue of Dyslexic Advantage Premium Magazine (February 2016). If you’re not a member, join Premium HERE.

Temple Grandin at SXSW – Teach to Strengths

Autism advocate Temple Grandin keynoted SXSW Edu, made a stirring appeal for teaching to strengths earlier this week.

As a child, Temple couldn’t speak and raged for unclear reasons, but the last decades of her life, she has been a leader in the neurodiversity movement, professor at Colorado State University, and world reknown autism spokesperson.

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Karina Eide Young Writers Award Winners 2016

We are proud to announce the 2016 Winners of the Karina Eide Young Writer Awards!

Please Read, Like, and Share!  The judges told us that had an extremely difficult time making their decisions this year because the quality of writing was so high. They also chose to recognize additional students for their distinctive voice and […]

Teaching Common Core Academic Vocabulary to Students with Dyslexia [Premium]

Academic Vocabulary are words that usually appear in higher educational settings or advanced texts rather than everyday conversational speech. Before the Common Core, most language arts programs had little emphasis on explicit teaching of academic words, but direct instruction is often very important for students with dyslexia because it contributes significantly to test performance and […]
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NYC Metro Call for Research Subjects – Dyslexia and Non-Dyslexics – Small Stipend

Can you help Lisa Levinson of Columbia University Teachers College?  Here’s the info:

New York City Metro Area: Columbia University Teachers College
Kids with and without dyslexia – ages 9-10.
Adults with and without dyslexia – age 18-25.
$20 Amazon card compensation. EEG study looking at visual changes. Contact Lisa Levinson. email: lml2155 “at” tc.columbia.edu or phone: 917-882-1934

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