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Children’s Book “The Uncooperative Flying Carpet” by Michele Clark McConnochie to Raise Funds for American Dyslexia Association

Children’s Book “The Uncooperative Flying Carpet” by Michele Clark McConnochie to Raise Funds for American Dyslexia Association

Michele Clark McConnochie is not dyslexic; nor does she have a loved-one who is dyslexic. What she is, is a teacher and children’s author who passionately believes that all young people are entitled to books with stories that they love and characters that they can identify with. Growing up in Europe, she was a bookworm […]

03/20/2018 | By More
KAZ – SEN/Dyslexia Typing Software

KAZ – SEN/Dyslexia Typing Software

If individuals with dyslexia are equipped with the correct tools, they stand a far greater chance of reaching their full potential. Trials and feedback from special needs teachers across the world have proven that touch typing and using a computer are formidable and even life changing tool that opens doors for individuals with dyslexia, as it presents a new and powerful medium for learning and […]

03/09/2018 | By More
Are Authors Giving Up On 20% Of Their Readers? BY THEODORE JEROME COHEN

Are Authors Giving Up On 20% Of Their Readers? BY THEODORE JEROME COHEN

I DON’T KNOW of any industry that purposely would give up 20% of its potential markets without a fight. Yet, mistakes we make in the selection of typefaces, formats, and backgrounds can indeed have that effect. What I am speaking of is the fact that one in five students, or 15-20% of the population, has […]

02/03/2018 | By More
Sophia the Bionic Cat by Karolyn Smith

Sophia the Bionic Cat by Karolyn Smith

On behalf of 3 Paws Up, It is my honor to share our story with the readers of the American Dyslexia Association: My name is Karolyn Smith, I am the 2014 Veterans of the Year for the 71st District of California, Author of ‘Sophia the Bionic Cat’, Public Speaker and 3D inventor. I am born […]

12/29/2017 | By More
Dyslexia, My Gift by Nathan Tabor

Dyslexia, My Gift by Nathan Tabor

I wrote this column to encourage others with dyslexia.  The layout is simple.  The paragraphs without parenthesis are my original words.  The paragraphs with parenthesis are my editor’s corrections. If you aren’t a good writer hire an editor.  You can get a column like this edited for $5-25 dollars.  How? Google “hire an editor” and find a solution that fits your […]

12/18/2017 | By More
Free app for spelling: FCJ Spelling App

Free app for spelling: FCJ Spelling App

FCJ Spelling is an app designed to help people improve their spelling with a special emphasis on dyslexia. It contains 10 exercises, customizable words, the option of a colour overlay, and a fun word card game.   The app allows teachers to monitor their students results remotely. Once all the students in a class have […]

12/09/2017 | By More
The daily sex (dyslexia) tips of a writer

The daily sex (dyslexia) tips of a writer

Tobias Stone was diagnosed with Dyslexia when he was 18, having failed to get into university. Thanks to his diagnosis, he was able to go on and complete a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree at two of the world’s top universities. He is currently completing his PhD, after a total of 13 years at […]

12/08/2017 | By More
Free, dyslexia friendly, science eLearning website totallearn.co.uk

Free, dyslexia friendly, science eLearning website totallearn.co.uk

Studying for exams is a chore for everyone, but made so much more difficult if the text is not accessible to the learner. eLearning has a role to play in helping these students to learn. The website totallearn.co.uk is developing a large number of science eLearning modules to help with study. These are made accessible […]

12/01/2017 | By More
Our advent calender is online

Our advent calender is online

Like every year we have created an advent calendar. Every day you can download a worksheet which trains concentration and perception. These are important prerequisites for good reading, writing, calculating and learning. You can find our calendar here: click. Enjoy! Here is a sneak preview:  

11/29/2017 | By More
How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause

How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause

How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause: Getting Nondyslexic & Dyslexic Teens to Write about Health & More Loving to write as she does and knowing that helping students polish their writing skills boosts their confidence, Davis-Kyle, author of the Kindle book, How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause: Getting Nondyslexic […]

11/05/2017 | By More