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What Do Homerun Hitters and Students with Dyslexia Have in Common?

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March 24, 2021
As a parent of two children with dyslexia and a special education teacher, I believe that when it comes to dyslexia, most school experiences emphasize students’ strikeouts rather than the many ways they can hit the ball out of the park. Here are some of the ways that typical learning experiences unnecessarily emphasize strikeouts and how we can turn them into homerun opportunities. Read more >
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Project COMUNICA: Removing Barriers for Children with Special Needs in Paraguay

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February 05, 2021
Maria Laura Daurte, General Director of Hippy Paraguay, and Dr. Zachary Walker, a professor at University College London Institute of Education, discuss a project that is going on in Paraguay and the importance of technology for students with disabilities. Read more >
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