Tips From Hannah: College Junior with a 4.0 [Premium]

Tips From Hannah: College Junior with a 4.0 [Premium]

KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS – SELF-ADVOCATE – Early in group work, let your fellow students know that you’re dyslexic. Say, “I’m dyslexic, so I can’t read or write well, but I’m creative and can come up with ideas.” – Don’t be afraid of asking students to read things for you. You can help more if people […]

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Talking Through MATH [Premium]

Talking Through MATH [Premium]

As the pandemic continues, more and more parents and tutors may find themselves supervising students’ math. For dyslexic students, the talking process can be especially valuable, but it may be difficult. If you are a parent or tutor helping explain a lesson or homework, it’s good to help your student talk through the steps of […]

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Reading and Mathematics [Premium]

Reading and Mathematics [Premium]

“Mathematics texts are more conceptually dense than almost any other type of text…Additionally, reading mathematics often differs from other types of reading because in addition to reading left to right and top to bottom, students must jump around the page to associate text with tables, graphs, symbols, and vice-versa…” The subject of reading in math […]

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[PREMIUM] Crisis Schooling: The Dyslexia Edition

[PREMIUM] Crisis Schooling: The Dyslexia Edition

Are you going to be homeschooling or perhaps willing to give traditional school a try under the new rules? Teacher mom blogger Heather Ann said this: “You are NOT homeschooling. You are CRISIS schooling. There is a huge difference. You may choose to homeschool after this, but this is not what homeschooling looks like, not […]

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[PREMIUM] The Writing Process From a University Tutor

[PREMIUM] The Writing Process From a University Tutor

I recently came across a helpful account from a university-based tutor who worked with a fellow college student at Reed. There are many points that are helpful to consider if you are working with a student in the area of writing. For some, writing is the most frustrating task they are likely to encounter in […]

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[PREMIUM] Project-Based Learning for Dyslexic Students

[PREMIUM] Project-Based Learning for Dyslexic Students

Related to the issue of digital portfolios is project-based learning. On the opposite page, there are quick reviews between learning through projects and true project-based learning or PBL. With PBL, the students assume a central role in the direction of the project and the end goal is to publish the project to the real world […]

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[PREMIUM] SURVIVING COLLEGE: Gifted Dyslexic Students Share Tips

When we had a clinic, some of the best study strategy advice came through talking to our gifted students…especially as we saw them over the course of years. Recently, I noticed a research paper by Reis et al. in Gifted Child Quarterly that had a number of great student insights that I thought would be […]

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