Learning Methods

Learning Methods

There are several teaching methods designed for students with dyslexia. Which one is best for you? Keep in mind that each person is unique; there is no one-size-fits-all teaching method that is effective for every student with dyslexia. Here are a few to consider:

Orton-Gillingham – http://www.jwor.com/orton.htm?gclid=CJD954DyuroCFe1aMgodHXYA8g
Barton – http://www.bartonreading.com/
Wilson – http://www.wilsonlanguage.com/fs_program_wrs.htm
Lindamood-Bell – http://www.lindamoodbell.com/research/articles/
Take Flight – http://www.tsrhc.org/dyslexia-take-flight.htm
DuBard Association – http://www.usm.edu/dubard/what-dubard-association-method
Slingerland – http://www.slingerland.org/
Spalding – http://www.spalding.org/
Project Read – http://www.projectread.com/
Lexia Core5 – http://www.lexialearning.com/product/core5


Fix Your Local Factory

“If Apple had a 10% failure rate, consumers would be outraged. At least 10% of students have dyslexia and are not receiving an adequate education. We, as consumers, should be holding schools up to at least the same standard as we hold the manufacturer of a gadget. However, even when schools want to change, they cannot make these changes alone. They need your help. What can you do as a consumer?” Read the rest of the Dyslexic Kids blog here: