Specific Learning Differences
This multisensory activity allows children to practise phoneme blending by building simple CVC words with clue pictures.
An Evidence-Based Interdisciplinary Approach to Guide Assessment and Intervention
When a pupil begins a reading programme it is important to assess where the pupil is at, what knowledge and skills he/she has acquired and what he/she needs to learn. It is also useful to observe his/her reading strategies. This will inform the teacher where to start and what to focus on.
It’s one thing to read about learning and attention issues. It’s another thing to see them through your child’s eyes. Experience firsthand how frustrating it is when your hand won’t write what your brain is telling it to. Or how hard it is to complete a simple task when you have trouble focusing. Use these unique simulations and videos to better understand your child’s world.
An article written by Dianne Murphy, Thinking Reading
Video by Travis Grainger. This video outlines the issues surrounding reading difficulties and what evidence-based research suggests as the best strategies for ensuring that students are accommodated.
This is not a comprehensive list, but an attempt to identify relevant, useful apps and to categorise them according to some of the difficulties faced by people with dyslexia.