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Working with Students with Learning Abilities

We appreciate the willingness of Carrie Sutanto, a Project Read tutor and local learning disabilities expert, to share her expertise with Project Read tutors regarding working with students with learning disabilities. She provided the following list of “Be’s” to guide your working with learning disabled students:

1. Be specific (with your goals, instruction, and praise). Don’t just say, “Good job,” say [Read on...]

Warning Signs of Dyslexia

Since we will be hosting a workshop on working with dyslexic students in February, I thought it would be appropriate to share some of the warning signs of dyslexia. If a student has three or more of the following warning signs, you should probably start learning more about dyslexia:

• slow reader
• may have to read a page 2 or 3 [Read on...]

Learning Outside the Lines: attend the free conference

Learning Outside the Lines:
Strategies for Parents, Teachers and Students
A Conference Featuring Jonathan Mooney

Jonathan Mooney is a dyslexic writer and activist who did not learn to read until he was 12 years old. He is a graduate of Brown University’s class of 2000 and holds an honors degree in English Literature. A winner [Read on...]

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