UK educator has strategies for screening, teaching students with dyslexia

05/20/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Strategies such as creating multisensory lessons and using text-to-speech technology can make literacy lessons more accessible for students with dyslexia, Sally Bouwman writes in this blog post. Bouwman, a UK lead teacher for dyslexia who teaches at ARK Schools in London, notes that her schools screen all 6- and 7-year-olds for dyslexia, and staff are trained to recognise signs of the disorder. "We encourage all our schools to build dyslexia expertise among their staff," she writes.

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