Well worth 15 minutes of your time to watch this talk by Dean Bragonier! Dean will also be giving the Keynote Presentation during Learning Ally’s Spotlight on Dyslexia online conference in December.
Smart-Shaming: Sorry But Your Child Is Too Bright To Qualify for Help
“It is now 2015 and it is time for educators to stop looking the other way, to stop saying “she is fine enough” “he is meeting grade expected levels,” and “your child is doing much better than other kids with problems” and for students with real and legitimate diagnoses of ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, auditory processing disorder, sensory processing disorder, or autistic spectrum disorder to receive the evaluations and ultimately the educational help they qualify for.”
How Children Learn To Read
Wonderful article in The New Yorker! “Hoeft’s goal isn’t just to understand the neuroscience of how children read. Neuroscience is the tool to figure out a much broader question: How should early reading education work?”
Who Will Read? Stealth Dyslexia in The New Yorker
Mistaken Identity: How one student coped as a “stealth dyslexic.”
Article from the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine written by Suzanne Spencer Rendahl, Class of 1993.
Stealth Dyslexia – Alan Alda talks to Drs. Fernette and Brock Eide and Dr. Fumiko Hoeft
The host of Scientific American Frontiers and actor, Alan Alda, speak with Drs. Fernette and Brock Eide and Dr. Fumiko Hoeft about Stealth Dyslexia.