dyslexia

Checking for Mastery In Orton-Gillingham Lessons
assessment | multi-sensory teaching | Orton-Gillingham | Structured Literacy | Uncategorized

Checking for Mastery In Orton-Gillingham Lessons

Teaching to mastery is one of the most important considerations when teaching your students with dyslexia. Striving readers and writers very often find the class and instruction moving forward before they have had a chance to master new concepts. This results in learning gaps. When I encountered this in pupils at school, I would describe…

Ways To Support Children with Dyslexia During Distance Learning
Distance Learning | Online Tutoring | Tips For Parents

Ways To Support Children with Dyslexia During Distance Learning

During these strange times we live in, many of us are wearing multiple hats. Parent, employee, teacher, student, educational guide. If your child is doing hybrid or remote schooling, then it is highly likely that some adult in your household is overseeing your child’s learning. For children with dyslexia and accompanying challenges, this style of…

Seven Tips for Success When Starting with New Orton-Gillingham Students
Dyslexia | Orton-Gillingham | Tutoring tips

Seven Tips for Success When Starting with New Orton-Gillingham Students

 7 Tips for Getting Off to a Great Start with a New Student When parents come to me seeking help for their child, very often it is the child’s emotional well-being that has been the final catalyst to seek tutoring. Struggling readers often begin to think of themselves as “stupid” and their overall self-confidence and…