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    Adam: A Mother's Story Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Valerie Halliwell-Smith discusses her experience while taking professional workshops and classes in dyslexia and her personal confrontation with her son's learning difficulties and inconsistent behavior. His school experience and journey through the Orton...

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    Audiblox Preschool-Grade 12
    Audiblox is a system of cognitive exercises, aimed at the development of the skills foundational to reading, spelling, and writing. Effective for dyslexia, dysgraphia and other learning disabilities.

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    Dyslexia - 10 Strategies Preschool-Grade 12
    Now known to be a specific learning disability, dyslexia impacts all areas of a student’s education. Early detection is key, followed by teaching practice accommodations such as these evidence-based strategies.

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    For His Honor Grade 9-Grade 12
    A compelling true story of Terry Johnson, a young man who God singled out to become the first handicapped person to serve in the President's Honor Guard. His story is one of perseverance and Christian witness.

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    Getting Action Into Phonics Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Shirani de Alwis-Chand describes action phonics and shows how music, rhythm, and movement can be used to enhance memory. Discussed are the essential features of action phonics: breath control, pointer control, verbal clues, exaggerated articulation, vowel...

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    God Leads the Handicapped, Too Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Dwain Ford shares his personal experiences with dyslexia and how it affected his life, career, and teaching. These difficulties included reading, writing, and oral expression. He describes the effects of dyslexia as well as how a language handicapped person...

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    JAE Editorial: About This Issue Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Louise Moon, the guest editor, explains reasons for devoting this issue of the JAE to dyslexia and related disorders. An increased awareness and understanding of a range of differences should contribute toward the development of a wider repertoire of methods...

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    Matching Your Teaching to the Dyslexic's Learning Style Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Reshaping attitudes is an important factor in a successful educational treatment of dyslexia. Different learners have subtle difficulties in certain aspects of oral language that affect their written language skills. The article discusses language elements...

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    Math-Related Problems of Dyslexia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Strategies for helping the learning-disabled child master math. Math difficulties may be traced to dyslexia and/or reading related problems, may be part of an overall learning disability, but for some math may be the only subject in which they have problems....

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    Reading Comprehension Strategies Grade 1-Grade 8
    Educational products specifically designed by Adventist special educators to assist classroom teachers to successfully work with students with learning difficulties. Featuring the enhanced DVD Understanding Dyslexia: A Guide for Educators with corresponding...

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    Social and Emotional Problems Related to Dyslexia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The social and emotional difficulties of dyslexia are discussed. Dyslexics' frustration often centers on their inability to meet expectations. Problems include awkwardness in social relationships, variation and inconsistency, anxiety, self-esteem and feelings...

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    Strategies for Helping Beginning Readers With Dyslexia Kindergarten-Grade 2
    A multisensory approach to phonics is important for reading success. Dyslexics' problems are not caused by lack of intelligence, incompetent instruction, or insufficient social interaction. What can a teacher do? The teacher must bolster the child's sense...

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    Teaching the Exceptional Child, Part 2: Meeting the Challenge of the Learning Disabled Child Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explores the differences between learning disabilities (LD) and other exceptionalities by examining various definitions, historical backgrounds, and federal regulations that establish a criteria for identifying learning disabilities. At the conclusion...

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    The Use of the Computer in the Treatment of Dyslexia Grade 1-Tertiary
    The purpose of this paper is to review bibliographically the use of computers in the treatment of students with dyslexia problems.

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    What Is Dyslexia? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article describes some of the scientific findings and the educational treatment of dyslexia to help educators understand and to identify students. Key concepts are defined. Identification and early indicators of at-risk students are discussed. A teacher's...