Dysgraphia Dyslexic Dysgraphia
- Language and learning: Understanding each child's unique needs
- PUTNEY >> With the U.S. Department of Education focusing on the unique educational needs of children with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, the Stern Center for Language and Learning, in partnership with the Greenwood School in Putney, is hosting ...
- Dysgraphia and dyslexia divide parents, schools
- Dysgraphia and dyslexia are neurological disorders that affect a person's ability to process and produce the written and spoken word.
- Dyslexia advocates aim to boost teacher training, awareness of students' needs
- Decoding Dyslexia, as well as many websites and organizations, says one in five people has a language-based learning disability, the most common of which is dyslexia. Haw also has dysgraphia, which relates to writing, and dyscalculia, which relates to ...
- Asking A Different Question: "What Are You Thinking About Doing Next Year?"
- It has been such a struggle just to get through every hour of school from kindergarten to 12th grade with severe DYSlexia, DYSgraphia, attention deficit DISorder and all of the “Dys” that have been his label. I once used those words too.
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