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Positive Outcomes for Students with Dyslexia Since 1994   

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Designed to get children ages (K-8) reading & writing well and back into the school of their choice.



Resources for Parents and Teachers

Resources for both Parents and Teachers who are Parents


Resources for both Teachers and Parents who are Teachers

International Dyslexia Association

Extensive and well researched Fact Sheets and other resources from the International Dyslexia Association.


International Dyslexia Association

Extensive and well researched Fact Sheets and other resources from the International Dyslexia Association.

The Reading league


The Reading league's YouTube Channel  


This video is especially important for teachers, administrators, and policymakers to watch.

Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity

A leading source for research and information to better the lives of people with dyslexia.


Ohio State Literacy Academy 2021

A series of videos that are awesome and show that entrenched Systems of Education can change.

Understood.org

A resource site dedicated to learning and attention issues, including specific resources dedicated to dyslexia.



Colorado's Professional Development based on the Colorado Reads Act


Colorado's approved reading curriculum and interventions. Notice what isn't listed.

Dyslexia Help (University of Michigan)

Tips, ideas, activities, materials, website links, and other resources related to dyslexia.



Stanislas Dehaene about his new book How We Learn: Why Brains Learn Better Than Any Machine . . . for Now


How the Brain Learns to Read - Prof. Stanislas Dehaene

IDA Alaska

The Alaska Branch of the International Dyslexia Association provides information about dyslexia in Alaska.


Dr. Marilyn Jager Adams on Learning To Read: What's hard developmentally was also hard historically

Download the Alaska's HB64 Task Force Report on Reading and Dyslexia was a collaborative legislative effort to improve reading outcomes for all Alaskan students.


Alaska Science of Reading- What I Should Have Learned in College Facebook group

National Center for Learning Disabilities

A comprehensive guide to understanding learning and attention issues.



Decoding Dyslexia Alaska

A network of parent-led grassroots movements across the country concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia within the public education system. Keep up with the latest news here through each state’s Facebook page.



The Reading Well

Provides resources for dyslexia, including a list of schools serving students with language-learning differences.



Edutopia

Repository for cutting edge educational practice and learning. Use the search tool for information specifically about dyslexia and learning differences.



Neuroscience of Dyslexia

A great intorductory video




Why do we title the headers in this table as Resources for both Parents and Teachers who are Parents and Resources for both Teachers and Parents who are Teachers? Because both parents and teachers face many of the same barriers in both roles. These barriers get in the way of students becoming proficient readers. We want both groups to have as many high quality resources as possible. Some teachers learn about these barriers when their own children struggle to learn. Some parents become teachers, formally or informally when their children struggle to learn.

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS


Basic Facts on Dyslexia & Other Reading Problems by Louisa Cook Moats


Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz, Second Edition


Proust and the Squid: the Story & Science of the Reading Brain by Maryanne Wolf


Dyslexia is My Superpower (Most of the Time) by Margaret Rooke


My Dyslexia (a memoir) by Philip Schultz

Dr. Marilyn Jager Adams on Learning To Read: What's hard developmentally was also hard historically

Stanislas Dehaene about his new book How We Learn: Why Brains Learn Better Than Any Machine . . . for Now

How the Brain Learns to Read - Prof. Stanislas Dehaene

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