Collaboration helps N.J. teachers provide reading interventions

A partnership between Teaneck Public Schools and Fairleigh Dickenson University in New Jersey has teachers using techniques designed to instruct students with dyslexia to provide one-on-one reading instruction to second- and third-graders. The teachers are enrolled in the university's graduate school and learn the Orton Gillingham approach to reading instruction, which includes instructing students in the sounds and symbols of language as well as the use of sensory techniques such as having students trace letters with their finger.

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