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Dyslexia Guide: How Parents and Teachers can Address the Learning Needs of a Dyslexic Child

One of the most common learning disabilities, and yet one of the least known in India, Dyslexia affects between 5%-12% of all students across the world. It is a special kind of learning difficulty that primarily affects the ability to identify, read, and spell words. For those who are unaware, Dyslexia is generally considered inherited.

Debunking Myths About Dyslexia

Dyslexia is one of the most studied and best understood of all the different types of learning challenges. Yet, several myths about dyslexia persist. This is largely due to the fact that there is insufficient transfer of knowledge about the science of reading into teacher university programs and professional development opportunities for educators. Consequently, almost

3 Tips to Ensure Reading Success and Enjoyment

Reading provides the foundation for students to succeed in the classroom and beyond. However, for those diagnosed with dyslexia, the journey to learning how to read can be difficult, resulting in discouragement and frustration. Understanding the science behind reading and becoming familiar with the available tools are critical for both parents and teachers to provide