Students with dyslexia are not dumb – Teachers can help them see that

Jillian Kaster, a contributor for EdSurge, writes: “As a kid, I used to sneak into my sister’s bedroom, pull out each of her ‘Baby-Sitters Club’ books, look at the covers, and wonder what each one was about. I’d make up stories to what I thought was going to happen, but never once cracked the books open to attempt to read the print. Everyone in my family was an avid reader, so I wanted to be a reader, too. But I didn’t think I had access to that knowledge.”  READ MORE

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