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The Best Dyslexia Games Online With Our Lead Artist, Iszzy

Try Our Fun Online Dyslexia Games Here! Thanks to the proliferation of games, films, phones, and other digital media, today’s school-age children are already visually …

Dyslexia Series on NPR News: Part 2

A new NPR radio series, “Unlocking Dyslexia”, sheds some light on the most common learning disability in America that is still a mystery to most. …

Dyslexic Advantage in Entrepreneurship

Dyslexics tend to go through life unconventionally. They have to come up with alternative routes to garner successful results– and often by themselves. They regularly …

Teaching Dyslexic Students: A Guide

Unfortunately, public school educators are usually overwhelmed with the amount of children in their class so they cannot take the time to alter their techniques …

Special Education Categories in School

If your child has dyslexia, the school system may throw some words at you that have different meanings in different contexts. We want to make …

Schools Cater to Average Intelligence

Our society bases so much on “the average”– especially education. But, what if the needs of the average student are not synonymous with the needs …

Learning and Memory-What Works?: The Method Depends on the Task

Universities have been offering psychology courses for over 140 years, since the 1870s. You may have even taken one of these courses. Do you remember …

Famous Dyslexics: Sports

Dyslexics can often thrive on the court or field more than they do in the classroom. For students that fall behind in the classroom, sports …

Jennifer Aniston says dyslexia diagnosis was life-changing

Hollywood star, Jennifer Aniston, admits that being diagnosed with dyslexia in her 20s was life-changing. In an interview with Stephen Galloway, the 45 year old …

February 21, 2013 in Previous Broadcasts

Live Broadcast 42: Evernote for the Dyslexic Brain

Ron Toledo, Senior Marketing Manager at Evernote, joined us to discuss how Evernote helps dyslexics and people with ADHD maximize their big-picture thinking. He showed …

Live Broadcast 37: Math-U-See for Struggling Readers and Writers

Steve Demme, Author and Founder of Math-U-See joined us to discuss what makes Math-U-See effective for struggling readers and writers. Steve is a former math …

Broadcast 36: Creating High Quality Instruction in Teaching Reading

Elisabeth (Liz) Liptak is the Professional Services Director for the International Dyslexia Association, and joined us to discuss the IDA’s Knowledge & Practice Standards. She talked …