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EXAMPLES OF PAST PREMIUM ARTICLES

ISSUE 40

Gifted Writers
Finding ‘IT’ Dyslexic Epiphany
Sight words and orthographic mapping
Directional Issues and Math
Wild Guess and Read Aloud
High School: Done with Orton Giillingham, Temperament, and More

ISSUE 39

Alternative Schools
Dyslexia and Coaching
Dyslexia and Auditory processing
Great Resources for Adults
Becoming an SLP & Conquering French
The ‘OTHER’ Box on High Stakes Tests
The Dyslexic Professor

ISSUE 38
Thinking in Words vs Pictures
Visual Strategies
Highs and Lows of Visual Thinkers
Encouraging Reluctant talkers
Mixed Visual Learner
Realia in the Classroom
Verbally Gifted Dyslexics
Visual Strategies Algebra
Tackling Prepositions
Kanban Your Workflow

ISSUE 37
Dyslexia and Time
Speed Hacks
Mission Impossible Hustle
Creativity and Time
Rush to Finish
Failure to Start
Common Math Misconceptions
Middle School Reading

ISSUE 36
Profiles in Courage
Processing Speed and Giftedness
The Strength Switch
High Stakes Tests
The Late Bloom
Tips for Academic Writing
Resources to Help..If You Know What to Ask For
Dyslexia and Math: Dividing By Fractions
Learning Foreign Languages

ISSUE 35  Multisensory
Dyslexic Spies at GCHQ
Multisensory Masters
Why Multisensory and Dyslexia
Multisensory Strategies for Memory
Multisensory Writing
Reading Long Words
When a Curriculum Isn’t Working
Multisensory Higher Math: Algebra
Higher Math Tips from PhD Gary McGregor

ISSUE 34 Working Memory
Forgetful Geniuses
Working memory, intelligence, and creativity
Working Memory and Reading
Mindmapping Reading
Science Teaching and Working Memory
Working Memory Hacks for Work
Working Memory and Bilingual or Multilingual students
Reducing the Working Memory Pain in Math
Learning from Mistakes in Math,

ISSUE 33  Dyslexia and Work
Accommodations for Work
New School Year
What’s Slow and What’s Not for Slow Processing
Entrepreneur Tips
Math: Making Change
Dyslexia & Foreign Language
Sample Letter for Teachers

ISSUE 32  Back to School 2018-2019
Fast Facts for Teachers
Decoding Reading
Dyslexia-Specific Reading Programs
Reading for Older Readers
Reading Fluency
Writing & Spelling – 7 Common Accommodations
Writing Strategies
How to Correct Writing
Accommodations and Modifications Made Easy
Top Dyslexia Accommodations for: Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language, English Language Learners
Dyslexia and More Videos

 

ISSUE 31

National Geographic Photographer
Firefighters
Long Words
Teaching Math,
2E Gifted with Dyslexia
Applying to College
Strategies for Spelling
Bilingual and Dyslexic

ISSUE 30

2018-2019 TECH GUIDE – Best Apps and Gadgets for Reading and Listening, Writing and Notetaking, Organization and Study, and Math

ISSUE 29

Dyslexic Physicists
Non-Linear Path to Success
What to Do This Summer
Resources for Hi-Low Readers
Math Strategies for Dyslexic Engineering Students
Tests to Determine Math Accomodations
Free Online Reading Resources for Older Students
ReadWorks.org
Resources for Auditory Processing and English Language Learners
Self-Advocacy with Henry Reiff
Spelling and SIght Word Apps

ISSUE 28
New Mayor Tim Keller
Thinking Like an Entrepreneur
Dyslexia and Job Interviews
Who are Math-Gifted Dyslexics?
Math Accommodations
Fluency Practice with Readers’ Theater
Reading Fluency Solo
Positive Ways to Correct Reading
Foreign Language
Help for Negative Thinking

ISSUE 27
Jimmy Iovine and the Music Industry
How I Do It – Doctors with Dyslexia
Writing: Where to Start
Writing Essays
Multisensory Writing in University
Better in Grad School? Self-Advocacy
Tips for Surviving Grad School
Visualizing Decimals
Dyslexia at Work: Accessing Proprietary Documents
What About Sign Language
Teaching Writing to Students with Dyslexia
Dr Nicoles Mini-Write Routine

ISSUE 26
Father Goose
Kahoot! CEO
Informal Tests of Reading
Dyspraxia and Independence
Forgetting Can Make You Smarter
Tips From a Literacy Math Coach
Question About Testing
High School Trigonometry
Foreign Language Disability?
How Fast is Fast Enough for Reading Comprehension?
Self-Advocacy for College Students

ISSUE 25   DYSPRAXIA
Shape of Water – Sally Hawkins
Jenny Dearborn Top Silicon Valley Executive
Dyspraxia
Handwriting and Processing Speed
Verbal Dyspraxia
The Big Picture with Dyspraxia
Teaching Statistics and Probability
2E Gifted Dyslexia
Teaching Spanish to Dyslexic Students

ISSUE 24
Extreme Adventurers
Michael Shainblum – World Photographer and Videographer
WeWork CEO Adam Neumann
Never Give Up
First Hand Knowledge of Dyslexia
Dyslexia Reading & Writing – Signal Words
Hands-On Conic Sections (Algebra 2 / Precalculus)
Dyslexia and Showing Work
“Not Gifted Anymore” and other Mistakes Involving Gifted Dyslexic Students
Quick Tips – Foreign Languages

ISSUE 23
Dyslexia and Sailing
Joshua Wong: Teenager vs. Superpower
Positive Strategies for College
Moving to Learn: The Upside to Fidgeting
Dyslexia-Friendly Foreign Language Instruction
Dyslexia and Multiple Choice Tests
Dyslexia and Multisensory Algebra
Don’t Require Copying From the Board
Tricky Words: Inflectional Suffixes
Entrepreneurs: What Worked for Us

ISSUE 22
Dr Don Francis Ebola Hunter
Video Game Composer Lorne Balfe
Adult Dyslexics Better at Metaphor Generation
Organizing Tips for the Dyslexic Academic
Math: Helping Students with Symbol Confusion
The Trouble with Little Words
Punch Above Your Weight With Pre-Reading
Gifted & Dyslexic: Which Class is Best?
Gifted & Dyslexia Resources

ISSUE 21
Richard Engel, NBC Foreign Correspondent
Realistic Confidence
Organized Notes
Big Picture for Classes
Big Picture for Literature
What to Expect with the Remediated Student
Dyslexia and Giftedness
Reflections on the 5 Paragraph Essay
What To Do If a Reading Curriculum Doesn’t Work
Hidden Fractions
How Can I Help My Daughter

ISSUE 20  BACK TO SCHOOL
What is Dyslexia (Learning to Read, Different Ages, Strengths)
Reading and Dyslexia (Decoding, Dyslexia-Specific Programs, Multisensory, Visual Strategies for Reading and Spelling, Word Retrieval, Long Words, Reading Fluency)
Writing and Spelling (7 Common Accommodations, Writing Strategies, Students Who Won’t Write, Syntax and Grammar, Spelling)
Accommodations and Modifications (Reading, Writing math, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language, English Language Learners)
Dyslexia & More Videos

ISSUE 19 
CURIOSITY
Curiosity Conversations with Hollywood Producer Brian Grazer
Talking to Mind Map
Why IQ is Important for Dyslexic Students
Executive Function in the Real World
Executive Function in Pictures
Reading Fluency for Kids and Grownups
Visual Fractions with Jennifer Plosz
How I Did It – Homeschooling to Charter School, to Engineer
Resilience

ISSUE 18 – TECH
Fast Facts
Reading
Audiobooks for Kids
Reading & Language
Progress Monitoring
Writing, Spelling, and Note-taking
Typing or Word Processing
Organization
Executive Function
Math and 
Reference

ISSUE 17 Gifted & 2E
Crunching Numbers with Douglas Merrill
Gifted: Does It Matter?
Twice Exceptional with Dan Peters
Why a Niche is Important
The Overexcitable Creative Brain
Social and Emotional
Working Memory Hacks
Gifted with Dysgraphia
Strategies for Math: Ratios and Proportions
Great Apps

ISSUE 16 – Visual Perception
Masters of Visual Perception – Oakes Brothers
The Curious History of Mirror Writing
A Chat with Delos Smith
Letter Confusion and Mirror Reversals
Reversals and Strategies to Help
The Truth About Lefties
Teaching Writing to a Left-Handed Student
Could It Be Dyslexia?
Step-By-Step Beginning Reading Program
Which Is It – Addition or Subtraction?
What About Calculus?
Self-Esteem and Making Sense of Dyslexia
Virgin Money Business Winner Katie Fleming

15 FEB ASSESSMENT ISSUE
Scientist Sir Ray Avery
How
I Got My Job in Logistics
Planning for the Future
Creativity Boost
Testing for Dyslexia
Choosing Tests
Processing Speed and Writing
How to Test & Grade the Dyslexia-Friendly Way
Gifted with ADD
Teaching Algebra with Manipulatives
Teaching to Strengths vs. Weaknesses
Grammar Teaching with Songs

ISSUE 14 JAN
  Thinking in 3D
Ultrasound Pioneer
Teaching to Dyslexic Strengths
Making Math Images
If A Child Can’t Make Images
ADHD & Reading
What Your Can Learn from A Child’s Writing
Strategies for Common Spelling Mistakes
Dropping Out Because of Foreign Language
Bilingualism & Dyslexia
Strength-Based Parenting Lowers Children’s Stress

ISSUE 13 DEC
Thinking Differently
Dyslexic Innovator Behind Swatch
Susan Butcher, 4x Iditarod Champion
Math – Showing Not Saying
MIT Research: Repetition as a Poor Way to Teach Dyslexics
Is it important to identify Dyscalculia with Dyslexia?
Why Slow Processing?
How to Answer Open Ended Prompts
Improving Reading Fluency by Listening
Apps ( Speech and Phonology, Reading and Language Comprehension, Speech Assessment)
Notes for All
Paper Cutting Art by Hans Christian Andersen

ISSUE 12 NOV 2016 Dyslexia: Twenty-Something Years
How I Got My Job: Non-Profit Executive Director
Effects of Classroom Culture
Bridging the Gap: Reading Long Words
Dyslexia: Sequential vs. Spatial
Latest Research: Spatial Learners
Teaching Earth Science & Geography
Memory: Why Drill Can Kill
Quick Tips for Parent Teacher Conferences
Telling Time with Manipulatives
Teaching Students to Become Proofreaders
Popular Premium Videos

11 OCT 2016
Organizing Creativity
Stealth Dyslexia
Self Image
Memorizing for School
What Worked for 2E Gifted Dyslexics
Art Therapy for Dysgraphia
Hands-On Math for Fractions
More Interactive Reading Strategies
Mastering Foreign Languages and More

10 SEPT 2016
What’s Your Greatest Super Power?
3 Strength-Based Strategies for Success
What to Do If a Curriculum Doesn’t Work
Dyslexia & Herd Aversion
Sorting Out Dyslexia & ADHD
Q : Can a Person Be Both Dyslexic & Autistic?
Teaching Chemistry to Students with Dyslexia
How Dyslexic MIND Strengths Integrate with Multiple Intelligences
How Can I Introduce Complexity and Depth to Students
Math: Preferring to Work Alone
Navigating the Difficult Road of Giftedness & Dyslexia – One Parent Shares

9 AUGUST 2016
Prolific designer Chuck Harrison
Dyslexia for Teachers in 5 Minutes
Dyslexia at Middle School
Archeology – Profession of Dyslexics?
Teaching Science to Students with Dyslexia
Interactive Word Walls
Math Journal Club: Fractions
Understanding Slow Processing Speed
Pick Classes Like a Pro
Harry Potter Star and Dyspraxia
Fast Facts
Examples of Dysgraphia
Dyslexia at Work Tips – Including Dyslexic Physicians

8 JULY 2016
Gifted with Dysgraphia
Working Memory Hacks
Imposter Syndrome
New Dyslexia Gene and Auditory Processing
Top School Early Dyslexia Screeners
Tips for Teaching Math
How to Remember
Spelling strategies, and more

7 JUNE 2016
Dyslexia MIND – Wired for Innovation
Robert Ballard – Dyslexic Ocean Explorer
“Smart” Executive Function
Exclusive Writing Webinar with Dr. Nicole Swedberg
Could Dyslexia and Dysgraphia Affect IQ?
Dyslexia and IQ: What Must You Know
Writing Without Reversals
Multisensory Learning
Dyslexia
Math: Algebra
A School Psychologist Asks: How Do I Identify Dyslexia?
Gifted Dyslexics at School

6 MAY 2016
Finding Life’s Calling – Rebecca Kamen
Are Your a Visual Thinker?
From Lemonade Stand to CEO- Adam Kearney
Summer Ideas for Entrepreneur Kids
Boys vs. Girls – Why Boys are Falling Behind
How to Help Boys in the Classroom
Dyslexia and Foreign Language
Writing Tips for Kids Who Hate to Write
Are Standardized Tests making Kids Anxious?
Strategies to Reduce Anxiety in the Classroom
What Would You Do? A 2nd Grader
Dyslexia and Reading: Practical Strategies

5 APRIL 2016
How to Thrive – Developing Self-Efficacy
Music and Dyslexia
Dyslexia and Speech Difficulties
Dyslexia for Teachers in 5 Minutes (Video)
Latest Research Dyslexia
ADHD, and Giftedness
Modifying Tests for Dyslexics and ELL
What Works for Dyslexia and RTI
Summer is Coming – Camps, Tune-Ups, Fun Reads or Listens
Doing Math: Inchworm vs. Grasshopper
Reframing Dyslexia
Finding Life Success

4 MARCH 2016
Dr. Cathy Drennan: Chemistry Pioneer
Why Are So Many Dyslexics Good at Science?
Why Teachers Should Teach Science Fiction
Meet Dennis Kleid- DNA Innovator
Dyslexia: 3 Common Test Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Academic Vocabulary for Dyslexic Students
Double Time Accommodations for Dysgraphia and Dyslexia
How Do Many Successful Adults Become Readers?
Growth Mindset and Dyslexia
Beautiful Minds: What New Research Shows Dyslexia and Artists Have in Common
Quick Tips for Teachers, Tutors, and Parents Who Help with Math
Writing Strategies for Dysgraphia
Real World Math

3 FEB 2016
Entrepreneurs!  Secrets of Success
Strategies: How to Help with Elaboration
Phonics and Auditory Processing
Hearing Simulation
Research: Huh? Seeing But Not Hearing – Inattentional Deafness with Visual Overload
Talking to the College Board
What is Dyscalculia? Fast Facts
This is Your Brain on Phonics – fMRI and Dyslexia
The Wisdom of Pooh and Dyslexia
Twice Exceptional
Fast Facts for the NEW SAT
You Asked! Q & A School IEPs

2 JAN 2016
The Truth About Multi-Tasking
Self-Confidence: Why It’s Important and How to Get It
Stealth Dyslexia Through the Life Span
Free Teacher Stuff: Fractions and Homonyms
How to Choose Books
Beautiful Minds of Dyslexic Mathematicians
Q: Can a Dyslexic Get a Ph.D. in Mathematics?
Understanding Severe Dyslexia
Free Vision Stuff: Letter Paths

ISSUE 1 FALL 2015
Resilience
Why Reading with Dyslexia is Easier on Your Phone
Dyslexia at College
Spelling Strategies
V
isit with Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Gareth Cook
Stealth Dyslexia: Flying Under the Radar of Detection
Organization and Dyslexia
The Problem with Math Common Core and Dyslexia
Tips for Dyslexic Students and Common Core Math
Drawing and Observing with Naturalist Jack Laws
Dyslexia Accommodations: First Days of School – What to Say
Why
Working Memory Can Predict Reading Comprehension

 

 

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