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Tech Tools to Help Students with Dyslexia

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Chances are good that one or more students in your classroom suffer from dyslexia in varying degrees. In addition to difficulties with reading and language processing, students with dyslexia may struggle with organization and other academic tasks in the classroom. Join Melissa Mann as she shares a variety of tech tools and example activities that you can use to assist students with dyslexia. While the tools covered may be of particular help to your dyslexic students, they can help all of your students shine.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Organizational & Time-saving Tools, Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: dyslexia, language, organization, reading, struggling readers, tech tools, writing

Reviews (61)

Full Member
Very informative.
Great information!
Full Member
Great resources to use with stuggling students. Thank you!
Thank you for the additional links that I was not aware of! As a special education teacher with students who have one-to-one technology access, i use many Chrome extensions, but you have introduced me to several more that I can explore and use with students! I am interested in Newsela, Speak It, Open Dyslexic (love this one! my dyslexic husband loves this on his phone!), Mercury Reader, Helperbird, TTS Reader, and My Study Bar. Thank you!
Thanks for giving several different resources to try with students.
Full Member
This is one of the best webinars I've seen so far, and I've seen 50+ this summer. She gave me a few things to try that don't seem daunting. Thank you, Melissa Mann.
Full Member
I just finished watching this video, but it will not give me a transcript.
Full Member
Great info!
Full Member
Great resources!
Full Member
These are great resources for some of my students that struggle with reading and spelling. Thank you!
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