In this fast-paced world, it can be difficult to keep up with the latest news and research from so many different sources. What’s true? What’s not? Who is reliable? Who is just trying to sell the latest fad? In an effort to keep you in the loop, we have provided a few of our favorite links below.
- “Progression – A Digital Story.” Nick Damato uses digital storytelling to describe his struggles with dyslexia as a young student in this powerful, short video that has received over 20,000 views on YouTube. Watch Nick’s video here.
- Music Education of Students With Special Education Needs. Vimari Colon-Leon, a music teacher and PhD candidate at the University of Miami, is conducting research on the topic of parent involvement in the music education of elementary and middle school students with special education needs who participate in their school’s music class. If you are interested in participating in this study, a survey is available at https://umiami.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3KtpGioCj1SCF8N.
- Tell Us Your Story. Having dyslexia makes reading, and sometimes other skills, more difficult to acquire, but having dyslexia is not necessarily a barrier to success. In fact, many individuals with dyslexia have not only been successful, they have changed the world. Read about some of these people, and tell IDA your story.
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