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Spot the Differences

Spot the Differences

Challenge your observation skills- search, find, and spot the 10 differences in the two pictures! Spot the differences in each illustration, and mark them in the upper picture. No timers are used, so there’s no pressure. Each set of pictures has 10 things different about them: objects that are missing from the lower picture. See […]

09/20/2022 | By More
Nearly 600 Cloze tests

Nearly 600 Cloze tests

On Cloze-test.com we currently have almost 600 Cloze tests to solve. As always – there are no ads and no tracking. Please feel free to use them for school or at home. What is a cloze test? A cloze test is a test in which one is asked to supply words that have been removed […]

09/15/2022 | By More
JCPal Announces Adaptive Keyboard Accessory for Dyslexic Students

JCPal Announces Adaptive Keyboard Accessory for Dyslexic Students

Designed in collaboration with the Microsoft Devices Accessibility Team initially for the Surface Laptop Go and Surface Laptop SE devices, the VerSkin Inclusive Keyboard Protector is intended to make it easier for dyslexic students to navigate and familiarize themselves with the keyboard on their device.

09/14/2022 | By More
Assessing the Need for a Unique Reading App

Assessing the Need for a Unique Reading App

Over a period of 8 years, I developed a reading intervention for struggling 2nd Graders.  It is well-established that if children are not reading fluently with comprehension by the end of 3rd grade, they have only a 20% chance of reading at grade level at the end of 9th grade, and that’s with intensive remediation. 

09/13/2022 | By More
America’s Embarrassing Reading Crisis: Working Towards a Solution

America’s Embarrassing Reading Crisis: Working Towards a Solution

By Dr. Lisa Richardson Hassler More than 80 percent of students who fail to earn a high school diploma were struggling readers in third grade. How many of these children had dyslexia and went through the educational system without proper diagnosis or interventions to help?     We all want our children to learn and thrive. […]

08/30/2022 | By More
Three Ways to Help Teens with Dyslexia Prepare for Exams

Three Ways to Help Teens with Dyslexia Prepare for Exams

by Hailey Thompson Exam period can be a stressful time for teens, parents and teachers alike. Everyone wants their child to do their best, whatever that looks like for them, and for older teens, there can be additional pressure around needing the results to get into higher education. But there can be even more stress […]

07/13/2022 | By More
A NYC Class’s “Backwards” Song About Letters

A NYC Class’s “Backwards” Song About Letters

Erik Arnesen, a music teacher at a New York City public school (PS 18) in Park Terrace, Manhattan, remembered hearing how some children had difficulty decoding printed letters that looked alike when reversed. At the time, he only had a vague idea that dyslexia meant seeing letters and numbers jumbled, out of order, or turned […]

07/06/2022 | By More
Empowering and Creating Inclusive Workplaces Free Webinar Series: Exploring Dyslexia

Empowering and Creating Inclusive Workplaces Free Webinar Series: Exploring Dyslexia

Dyslexia Webinar Summary Date/Time Wednesday, 27th July 2022 10AM BST | 7pm AEST | 5.00am ET Duration 1 hour Format Fireside chat with Leonie Cutts, Vanessa Victor, & Matija Squire Title Empowering and Creating Inclusive Workplaces Webinar Series:Exploring Dyslexia Webinar Description As part of a neurodiverse webinar series and global research study, we are excited […]

07/01/2022 | By More
Help inspire the Future of Work with F4S

Help inspire the Future of Work with F4S

Fingerprint for Success (F4S) is a technology that helps you to understand and bring out the best in yourself and others at work. At F4S we have a vision to inspire the workplaces of the future where cognitive diversity is not only embraced, it is celebrated.We believe everyone deserves psychological safety at work, now and […]

07/01/2022 | By More
An Able Workforce: Attracting Differently-Abled People During the Recruitment Process

An Able Workforce: Attracting Differently-Abled People During the Recruitment Process

Written by Elijah Dawson The recent shift towards remote working has made it possible to see how differently-abled people, including those with dyslexia, can integrate into the workforce with ease. Inclusivity is beneficial to both workers and business owners. With the right solutions and accommodations in place, talented prospective employees will feel confident and safe […]

06/30/2022 | By More