Annual Conference, Dyslexia, News, Reading Workshops

When everybody plays….

…we all win! That was the Microsoft Super Bowl commercial for their Xbox adaptive controller for children with disabilities. That is...

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Annual Conference, Dyslexia, Reading Workshops

Data, Data Everywhere

What information should we collect? About whom? By whom? Why are we collecting it? Is it descriptive or predictive? Who is analyzing it?...

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Annual Conference, Dyslexia, Reading Workshops

A Deeper Dive

I keep hearing about the value of “diving deeply” into a topic or activity. Next week’s IMSE (Institute of Multi-Sensory Education)...

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Annual Conference, Dyslexia, Reading Workshops

Silver Bullets

In the realm of magical thinking, education is a wonderland of silver bullets and miracle cures. Buy this! Do that! Your students will...

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Annual Conference, Dyslexia, Reading Workshops

Feeling Blue?

I would, too, if I were a child today. Standards are higher; school days are longer; homework is endless; free play is suspect; kiddie...

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Annual Conference, Dyslexia, News

What’s New at Everyone Reading

Lots going on at Everyone Reading! We have a new website and a new email server. Our transition has been smooth but not completely...

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Dyslexia, Uncategorized

Resolutions for 2019

First, do no harm! (Hippocratic Oath) Second, do not leave children back! (“There is no evidence, therefore, that holdovers make academic...

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Annual Conference, Dyslexia, News, Reading Workshops

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Vacation

At this very moment, the Grinch is creating those joy-killing Vacation Homework Packets. Don’t let him get the best of you. As your...

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Uncategorized

Happy New Year!

I know this greeting is premature, but I can’t help telling you about a few of the things we have planned for 2019. First and foremost...

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Dyslexia, Reading Workshops

Listen Up!

A speech pathologist recently reminded me that, on any given day, about one third of the students in Grades K-2, can’t hear the teacher....

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