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Three students with dyslexia share how they leverage a variety of instructional delivery platforms, assistive technology solutions, and personal coping strategies to make distance learning work for them
Does your child have special needs? Does she struggle with reading? Are you wondering how you can help her during COVID-19 school closures? Here are tips and resources for keeping your child reading and learning.
Assistive technology, accessible ebooks, and reading support tools help students with reading challenges interact with text in a meaningful way.
The transition from classroom to home learning can be particularly challenging for students with learning differences, but help is available for teachers navigating the new normal of education.
Parents can follow these steps to approve full Bookshare Individual Memberships for their children so they can read and download nearly any book.
Teachers (and parents) can continue to educate students during school closures. Visit the Bookshare Learning at Home resource page for tips.
Tiffany Jenkins, Certified Academic Language Therapist, discusses the benefits of ebooks with digital voices, tips to engage reluctant readers, and the positive social experiences students get from discussing books.
Tiffany Jenkins is a Certified Academic Language Therapist who helps students with dyslexia use accommodations like Bookshare to improve reading success.