Citations with the tag: DYSLEXIC children -- Education
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- Beth starts like brown bear!
Fawcett, Gay // Phi Delta Kappan; May94, Vol. 75 Issue 9, p721
Relates the author's experience in teaching a dyslexic student. Reading and learning disability of the student; Coping up with the disability; Definition of dyslexia; Causes of dyslexia.
- The `normal' child who could not read.
Sparrow, Dolores L. // Reading Today; Jun/Jul93, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p35
Provides information on how the author's dyslexic daughter, Ann, learned to read in the third grade with the help of the Department of Child Guidance, an agency of the United Way. Parental difficulties in convincing school authorities that Ann needed a special education tutor; Ann's slow...
- Outpatient treatment of dyslexia through stimulation of the cerebral hemispheres.
Kappers, E. Jan // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p100
Evaluates the outcome of the long-term clinical treatment of a group of children with dyslexia, using integrated treatment methods of neuropsychological and cognitive psychological origin, at the outpatient clinic of Pedological Institute in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Dual-route theories on...
- Dichotic Listening and Bisensory Memory Skills in Qualitatively Diverse Dyslexic Readers.
Obrzut, John E. // Journal of Learning Disabilities; May79, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p24
Investigates the dichotic and bisensory skills in qualitatively diverse dyslexic readers. Comparison between the performance of dyseidetic readers and normal readers on perceptual tasks; Role of attention and perceptual processing in the integration of visual and auditory stimuli.
- Help for dyslexics.
Obrzut, John E. // Futurist; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p47
Reports on the development of new techniques to help identify children with dyslexia and improve their learning skills. Children's wearing of tinted glasses; Neurologist Margaret Livingstone's devising of a portable computer and brain-wave amplifier to create a real-time record of children's...
- New hope for children with dyslexia.
Arnot, Bob // Good Housekeeping; Oct94, Vol. 219 Issue 4, p124
Offers a guide on how to help dyslexic children overcome their learning problems. Specific language impairment (SLI)-dyslexia connection; Signs of SLI; Treatment.
- The Integrated Method of Reading Therapy.
Bellan, Ruth L. // Journal of Learning Disabilities; May1986, Vol. 19 Issue 5
Focuses on areas of influence that should be considered when teaching dyslexics how to read. Start of language acquisition in early life; Issue of teaching the ides of flexibility; Focus on problems of literacy and language acquisition; Problems in communication caused by the use of print.
- Kildonan receives JC Penney award.
Bellan, Ruth L. // Independent School; Fall99, Vol. 59 Issue 1, The Reporter p15
Reports on the Kildonan School in New York City's receipt of the National Organization on Disability/JC Penney Award in recognition of its service to children with special needs. Cash prize; Total number of dyslexic students; Success of its college placement designed to diagnose and develop...
- The Support System.
McConnell, Judith Lynne; Dye, Gloria A. // Exceptional Parent; Dec98, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p69
Focuses on some exercises which may be employed by parents and teachers to build and reinforce the skills, both at home and in the classroom, for children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. Memory; Alphabet recognition; Sequencing.
- Study adds to evidence of genetic link for dyslexia.
Schnaiberg, Lynn // Education Week; 10/26/94, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p10
Highlights information on a genetic link to dyslexia, a reading impairment that affects 10 percent of schoolchildren in the United States. Effect of late intervention to dyslexia problems in schoolchildren; Statistics of children born with dyslexia; Risk estimate of a dyslexic parent having a...
- Press Release: Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic Launches Innovative Learning Through Listening -- Support Website for Educators.
Zustovich, Mark // ConnSENSE Bulletin; Apr2007, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p12
The article reviews the website Learning Through Listening from the Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB&D) in collaboration with the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST).
- Academic interventions for children with dyslexia who have phonological core deficits.
Frost, Julie A.; Emery, Michael J. // Teaching Exceptional Children; Spring96, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p80
Presents academic intervention strategies for children with dyslexia who have phonological core deficits. Features of dyslexia; Existence of phonological core deficits in children with dyslexia; Assessment measures used to identify phonological care deficits.
- A Neuropsychological Technique for Training Dyslexics.
van den Honert, Dorothy // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Jan1977, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p21
Presents a neuropsychological technique for training dyslexics by using primarily the left hemisphere in learning to read. Need to attack the possible neurological causes of reading difficulties to be able to deal with reading disorders; Association of language and communication with the left...
- Dyslexia Brain Research: Universal Applications.
van den Honert, Dorothy // District Administration; Oct2002, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p21
Reveals that researchers in the Department of Pediatrics at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut have identified a disruption in the neural circuitry for reading in the brains of dyslexic children. Implications of study findings in teaching dyslexic children to read; Findings by another...
- Welsh-speaking dyslexic children 'need greater support.'.
van den Honert, Dorothy // Education (14637073); 10/30/2009, Issue 371, p1
The article discusses a report from the Enterprise and Learning Committee which found that several local authorities serving dyslexic children in Wales need support to reach high standards. The committee found a lack of provision for screening and assessing children for dyslexia in the Welsh...
- Parliamentary Questions.
van den Honert, Dorothy // Literacy Today; Jun2008, Issue 55, p36
The article presents questions and answers related to education including phonics teaching in school, dyslexia-type reading difficulties and assessment and support of dyslexic children.
- Dyslexia and background noise.
Chandrasekaran, Bharath; Hornickel, Jane; Skoe, Erika; Nicol, Trent; Kraus, Nina // Literacy Today; Mar2010, Issue 62, p35
The article a study on how children with dyslexia where affected by background noise when working in Chicago Illinois. The researchers from Northwestern University in the U.S. conduct two experiments which include the examination of auditory brainstem response on watching a movie while the...
- What's New in Pedagogy Research?
Johnson, Rebecca Grooms // American Music Teacher; Jun/Jul2001, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p97
Focuses on the development of research in music education on children with dyslexia. Scope of the problems experienced by dyslexic students in music education; Overview on the content of the book `Dyslexia, Temporal Processing and Music,' by Katie Overy; Music training program proposed by Overy...
- English and dyslexia.
Bell, Masha // Literacy Today; Jun2008, Issue 55, p9
The article focuses on the educational development of dyslexic children. It provides information on dyslexia diagnosis and states that Professor Julian Elliot questions the worth of such diagnosis to children. It questions the fairness of giving more assistance to bright pupils with literacy...
- Scottish Parliament.
Bell, Masha // Literacy Today; Jun2008, Issue 55, p37
The article presents questions and answers related to education including a curriculum for speech and debate activities in primary and secondary schools, dyslexia on children and the participation of adults in adult literacy programmes.
- Dyslexia and the New Science of Reading.
Kantrowitz, Barbara; Underwood, Anne; Wingert, Pat // Newsweek; 11/22/1999, Vol. 134 Issue 21, p72
Discusses dyslexia, its causes, and teaching strategies for children whose ability to read is affected by it. Early description of dyslexia; Brain activity in the identification of phonemes and sound patterns; Use of the Texas Primary Reading Inventory as a screening test to identify children...
- Word length and word frequency affect eye movements in dyslexic children reading in a regular (German) orthography.
D�rrw�chter, Ute; Sokolov, Alexander; Reinhard, Jens; Klosinski, Gunther; Trauzettel-Klosinski, Susanne // Annals of Dyslexia; 2010, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p86
We combined independently the word length and word frequency to examine if the difficulty of reading material affects eye movements in readers of German, which has high orthographic regularity, comparing the outcome with previous findings available in other languages. Sixteen carefully selected...
- Is season of birth related to developmental dyslexia?
Donfrancesco, Renato; Iozzino, Roberto; Caruso, Barbara; Ferrante, Laura; Mugnaini, Daniele; Talamo, Alessandra; Miano, Silvia; Dimitri, Andrea; Masi, Gabriele // Annals of Dyslexia; 2010, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p175
Different moderators/mediators of risk are involved in developmental dyslexia (DD), but data are inconsistent. We explored the prevalence of season of birth and its association with gender and age of school entry in an Italian sample of dyslexic children compared to an Italian normal control...
- First, Discover Their Strengths.
Armstrong, Thomas // Educational Leadership; Oct2012, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p10
The article discusses teaching methods in special education which are based on high expectations and the fostering of a positive classroom environment. The author focuses on neurodiversity, a term ascribed to a classroom environment that fosters individual learning among mentally diverse special...
- The Self-Concept of Dyslexic Students in the Greek Primary School: The Role of Family.
Dimakopoulou, Maria; Xanthakou, Giota; Andreadakis, Nikos; Tagalou, Aggeliki; Kladis, Nikos // International Journal of the Humanities; Sep2007, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p25
The present study, which is part of a wider research, aims at defining the degree of influence of the socioeconomic status and educational level of family (father's - mother's) on the development of self-concept of dyslexic students. It took place , last year, at the Greek Primary School, in 120...
- The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: Why Strengths Matter More Than Weaknesses--and How To Harness Them for Your Child's Renewed Confidence and Love of Learning.
Hoffert, Barbara // Library Journal; 03/01/2013, Vol. 138 Issue 4, p57
A review of the book "The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: Why Strengths Matter More Than Weaknesses--and How To Harness Them for Your Child's Renewed Confidence and Love of Learning," by Ben Foss is presented.