By Donell Pons, M.Ed., MAT, SPED
Dyslexia affects every instructional task a student faces in school. Fortunately, there is a window of opportunity to tackle and remedy this language-based learning disability at an early age. Whether or not your school and district take formal measures to screen and support students with dyslexia shouldn’t interfere with your ability to measure reading skills and provide support. Here are three tools educators can access immediately to identify, accommodate and support their students with dyslexia.
This is part three of a four-part series on dyslexia, read the rest of the series:
Part 3: above.