Learning disabilities specialists Fernette and Brock Eide explain how 20% of people—individuals with dyslexia—share a unique learning style that can create advantages in a classroom, at a job, or at home.
It’s normal to make mistakes and even struggle a little when learning new things. But repeated, long-lasting problems may be a sign of a learning disability.
MindShift reporter Holly Korbey created the MindShift Guide to Understanding Dyslexia to help deepen our understanding of this topic.
The California Dyslexia Guidelines were published in August, 2017 to assist regular education teachers, special education teachers, and parents in identifying, assessing, and supporting students with dyslexia
A number of states and districts are embracing more research- and science-based approaches to literacy instruction amid growing awareness of dyslexia.