Support for children who are dyslexic: a mind-map outlining ways

Support for children who are dyslexic: a mind-map outlining ways
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This is an outline of the various ways you, as a teacher, or as the principal of a school, can provide support for a child who has been diagnosed as being dyslexic. Providing support, such as given in this outline, can help dyslexic children succeed and reach their full potential as the creative and skilled people they are. Parents can also learn from these ideas as well as be aware of what to expect from a school that cares. Many students with dyslexia suffer from a low self esteem when not given the correct and necessary support. The support is not costly. It just takes an awareness of their different way of learning and a willingness to assist.

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