Making Reading Accessible for Learners with Dyslexia

Mrs. J in the Library

Collette J., or Mrs. J in the Library, is a full-time elementary teacher-librarian, blogger, and mama from Pennsylvania. She loves technology, books in any format, makerspaces, and all things Harry Potter. The information and opinions represented here are my own and are not the views and opinions of any business or organization.

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3 Responses

  1. Angelia Bush says:

    Just found out my granddaughter has this. Can you help me teach her? She is a third grader. Her mom passed away now it’s my job and I don’t have a clue.

    • I’m sorry, Angelia, but I just don’t have the training or expertise to help. Check with your local school district’s special education office to see if they can direct you to some resources, and look up the British Dyslexia Association for more information to get you started.

  1. January 19, 2018

    […] research on dyslexia in ACTE 633: Responding to Individual Learners led me to create a dyslexia-friendly reading template for teachers to make articles and online text easier to read for students with […]

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