Best Practices


These resources are good tools to share with your child's school to help dyslexic students succeed in the classroom. Too many teachers have never received training or professional development about dyslexia from their districts or universities.

Strategies for Teachers

Dyslexia in the General Education Classroom

Four Things all Educators Should Know About Dyslexia

Accommodating Students with Dyslexia

6 Chrome APPs and Extensions for Kids with Reading Issues

This handbook created by the International Dyslexia Association is a great tool to empower teachers and staff about dyslexia. Please share with your child's school. (Click the title to be redirected to PDF).

Scientific Based Reading Instruction

What is Structured Literacy?

(Source: International Dyslexia Association)

Strategies and Strengths

It is important to provide dyslexic students with the appropriate interventions to address the core deficits that impact decoding, fluency, and encoding skills from a highly qualified teacher or literacy specialist. It is also important to address the strengths of dyslexic students through best practices in the general education classroom.

Assistive Technology

(Disclaimer: We do not endorse specific companies or products. This is an informational section to see how AT can make learning more accessible to diverse learners such as students with dyslexia. The list below are popular tools used in schools).