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Comprehension Strategies win out
A meta-analysis of long-term effects of school-based reading interventions shows teaching comprehension strategies is more effective than teaching phonics.
Picture Grammar App for Visual Learners
Picture Grammer, a new app for iPads, is a reference for dyslexics, visual thinkers, and those learning English as a foreign language.
Anybody can do this!
An adult woman shares her experience with a Davis Dyslexia program.
Dr. Angie & the Davis Program
In this video, Dr. Angela Gonzales describes the reasons she was drawn to the Davis Dyslexia program for her own son,
E-Books? New Study shows dyslexic comprehension better with printed books.
Study shows that dyslexic university students have better reading comprehension of longer texts when reading from a printed book rather than an ebook.