🏅We challenge you to thoroughly read the NJ Dyslexia Handbook this summer and recruit your fellow parents and educators to read it too. The names of those who post comments on each "Challenge Post" will be entered into a contest. Prizes will from our new DD-NJ spirit wear (online store coming soon) and drawn at the end of the summer. Challenge posts will run on Fridays/Weekends! … See MoreSee Less
Great piece by early career teacher and blogger Jasmine Lane (@MsJasmineMN): "Pictures with interspersed print mitigate the issues that students may have with decoding. It allows them to rely on the pictures for meaning as the fictional three cueing system has mistakenly taught them…. My ultimate quibble with graphic novels is this: graphic novels are a band-aid for poor reading instruction. A student who struggles to decode is not going to put much effort into decoding the words among the images….
Wow! Decoding Dyslexia is honored to be featured in a Time Magazine article today! While a few parents started a group, ALL of you and your voices helped build a movement! Dyslexia is no longer the "silent disability". Thank you! Belinda Luscombe TIME SayDyslexia Rally … See MoreSee Less
Here we go!!! The rally starts any minute now. Been planning for a year, we have over 400 people registered, 11 speakers. People coming from all over the country, Utah, Texas, Massachusetts, NC, NJ, PA the list goes on!!