One of the most common learning disorder is called dyslexia. Dyslexia makes it hard to recognize and use the sounds in language. Children might reverse letters, like reading pot as top. Or they might have trouble sounding out new words and recognizing ones they know. Having dyslexia does not mean a child isn’t smart. With the right support, dyslexic children can learn to read and do very well in school.
It is estimated that as many as one in five children have dyslexia, and that 80 to 90 percent of children with learning disorders have it. Many children go undiagnosed as struggles in school are incorrectly attributed to intelligence, level of effort or environmental factors.
This course will teach you teaching programs and reading programs that been shown to help children with dyslexia build skills and catch up with their classmates and also how to support them at school.
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