I am so thankful for PC READS, they were my life boat in an ocean in which my child was certainly drowning! (more…)
When a dyslexic child receives a B or C, he or she likely studied harder than the “normal” child who got an A, and that, in and of itself, is something to be proud of!
For dyslexic children academic success, in the eyes of parents, should not be measured on a grading scale or by awards, it should be measured by the drive and perseverance that they exhibit.
I consider my greatest accomplishment to be learning how to spell ‘definitely’— although ‘Mississippi’ is a close second ;)
PC READS provides teachers with fabulous information that meets the needs of all children. After attending their free Dyslexia for a Day conference in April, I immediately implemented new ideas and information while teaching students in my classroom.
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