The Dyslexic Kids Support Group for Children and Teens is heading to the movies this weekend! All expenses (tickets, popcorn, beverages) will be paid for by Dyslexic Kids. Don’t forget to RSVP by Friday night!
Many dyslexics find digital personal assistants very useful. Windows is now getting a personal assistant for its smartphones.
The mobile assistant program Dragon has released an update containing several useful new features.
Robots that teach kids algebra by demonstrating it in 3D:
Many dyslexics have difficulty with organization and time management. These are some helpful ideas to improve those skills.
Four ways dysgraphia can affect a child’s social life, and how to help:
Indiana is dropping Common Core. How will this affect students who have dyslexia?
According to this study, there are several inexpensive and easy ways to make homework more effective for learning.
10 things to know about learning difference evaluation:
Samsung is releasing several powerful new assistive technologies, including an optical character recognition stand.
Dyslexia can affect many areas outside of reading. For example, music.
Using hand gestures greatly improves students’ understanding of math: http://news.uchicago.edu/article/2014/03/10/gesturing-hands-powerful-tool-children-s-math-learning
Making assistive technology available to all students, not just those who have dyslexia, eliminates stigma: