Supporting those challenged by dyslexia
Over the years, much progress has been made in understanding dyslexia and providing the right supports. These include focusing on sound training, improving the classroom environment, and using technology. The shift from in-person learning to more independent learning and the need for mask wearing in person have created additional learning challenges for those challenged by dyslexia. However, as Marc Joanisse reported, our teachers are not being deterred and are making use of all the different supports available to find and deliver the right approach.
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