EdTech Changing Face of Dyslexia: Part 3

EdTech Changing Face of Dyslexia: Part 3

 

Welcome back to our look at Dyslexia in education and the role technology plays in bridging the gap for students around the globe. Dr. Michael Hart rejoins us to breakdown student needs at the elementary or primary levels of education.

Michael shares great resources including Tom Daccord’s 2013 keynote speech, apps (see below) and seminal works from the leaders in the Dyslexia community. I think that parents and teachers will enjoy Michael’s approach to choosing technology and what you should look for in a good app.

Look for Part 4 where we will discuss High School and University students and the applications to assist those struggling with Dyslexia. Our final installment (Part 5) will focus on your questions so please submit your thoughts below in Comments or through social media!

Enjoy!

Rod

 

USEFUL LINKS:

NCLD Recommended Reading Apps

Great Schools.net re: Overview of Assistive Technology for kids with learning differences

Reading Rockets Recommended Reading Intervention Programs (All Kinds)

Web Reader App—Text to speech

Nuance Dragon—Speech to text

SoundHound

HowsJay Pronunciation Dictionary

Learning Ally

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