Dyslexia Connection is an e-newsletter published by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) that provides parents and families with current information related to dyslexia.
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Vol. 7, Issue 3 (December 2017)
- Why Is Structured Literacy Missing From So Many Teacher Programs?
- Preparing Teachers to Help Struggling Readers
- Viral Controversies in Dyslexia
- Krista Weltner’s Partially Compensated
Vol. 7, Issue 2 (October 2017)
- Morphology 101
- “Born Different, That’s All”
- Buyer Beware
- Sign Up to Learn about Studies
- New Fact Sheet on Screening
Vol. 7, Issue 1 (Summer 2017)
- Math Strategies for Students with Dyslexia
- Fractions Are Your Friends
- Living with Dyslexia: Are Math Programs the Answer?
- Choosing a Tutor
- Accommodations on College Entrance Tests
- Around the Web
- A Runner’s Quest for Literacy
Vol. 6, Issue 4 (Fall 2016)
- Helping Children Reach Their Full Potential
- Sister Shimmy: A Conversation
- Gifted and Dyslexic Fact Sheet now Available in Spanish
- Around the Web
- State Spotlight
Vol. 6, Issue 3 (September 2016)
- Five Tools to Improve Collaboration with Your Child’s Teachers and School
- #sayDyslexia: A Lesson in Self-Advocacy
- Deadline September 16th for 2016 Youth Art Gallery
- Social Media Roundup
- Overcoming Dyslexia: What Does It Take?
- IDA’s Kelly Fleenor Shares Son’s Journey to Reading
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (March 2016)
- The Top 5 Things Parents Should Know about the READ Act
- Children’s Book Review: You Can’t Drink a Meatball Through a Straw
- Dyslexie: What Every Parent Should Know
- Kendra Thomas and Her Struggles
Dyslexia Connection Editorial Team
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