IDA infographics help make complex information easy to digest, remember, and share and are made for a wide audience—both those individuals new to dyslexia and related literacy/learning issues and the experts. Please share our infographics and our fact sheets to raise awareness about dyslexia and to help support the policy and practice changes needed to bring effective instruction (particularly in reading) to every child with dyslexia in every classroom across the nation. Also, please see additional infographics from colleagues in the field below.
Is Dyslexia a Gift? (September 2017)
Beware of Education Promises Too Good to Be True! (October 2016)
What Is Structured Literacy? (Summer 2016)
How Widespread Is Dyslexia? (February 2016)
The National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) advocates for “implementation of High Quality Education Standards (HQES) for all students, including students with learning disabilities.” NJCLD’s report, “Learning Disabilities and Achieving High Quality Education Standards,” outlines five critical areas of attention to bring HQES to all students.
Nancy Young’s “Ladder of Reading” infographic shows the relationship between explicit instruction and learning to read. Access that graphic at her website, here.