Breaking a word into individual letters and sounds is not the best way for these students to learn how to spell them.
*Skills or information taught with steps over a series of days, without a preliminary overview or "Big Picture", can be very difficult for Dyslexic students to follow and comprehend.
They will understand they can be taught how to use their processing style to their advantage for success in school.
* Help Dyslexic students discover their personal learning style (auditory, visual or kinesthetic) and teach them how to use their strongest sense to process information and perform new skills with greater understanding.
* These students think in wholes: spelling whole words, thinking in whole words, whole chapters and stories, whole lessons, whole assignments and whole concepts.
Their school work should reflect this focus on wholes.
Ensuring that our assessments are accessible, easy to use, and reliable is part of an ongoing initiative to remove barriers and improve accommodations for students with disabilities.Here are some ways to build an ongoing relationship with parents by reaching out through their native language.Whether a school employee, parent liaison, family member, friend, or community member, this person can translate for parent-teacher conferences, back-to-school nights, PTA meetings, and regular communication.In this video, students and educators at two schools—Arizona State School for the Deaf & Blind and the Governor Morehead School for the Blind—explain why accessibility and accommodations to MAP are crucial to learning, growth, and achievement.For our students, equity really means that they can access information just as easily as sighted students.