Start with the Child
Dyslexic children often ‘fail’ in their studies and this can affect their motivation to learn. To get them back to learning, it is very important to first build rapport with them. This can be done by talking to and listening to them. The communication will help
How can dyslexic children learn better?
There are numerous programs, teaching aids and software packages that you can use with students. Tuition or remedial sessions should be multi-sensory with many variations involving looking, listening, speaking and touching. Every child is unique and it is good to observe which kind of learner type each child belongs to.
Visual Learner (Learning through seeing)
Auditory Learner (Learning through listening)
Kinesthetic Learner (Learning through action and...