Dyslexia Teaching Resources

Under redevelopment. Watch for an updated resource list in February 2018.

Resource Categories

1) Cognitive Skills

2) General Reading

3) Phonemic Awareness

4) Math

5) Free Resources

Cognitive Skills

Cognitive skills are foundational abilities that support all learning. According to Dr. Benjamin Bloom's famous taxonomy they include: Remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating and creating. 

General Reading

Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic awareness is defined as the ability to distinguish and manipulate phonemes, the smallest units of speech sound that can carry a meaning. It is a critical skill that all readers must develop.


Free Resources

There are many great free resources for dyslexia. Below are some sites that we think offer a mix of professional pedagogical resources and positive inspiration:

1) Khan Academy.org.   The Khan academy contains a huge library of free online lessons, but unfortunately English and reading remediation are not among them.  BUT, they have some very good exercises in mathematics that should help anyone with dyscalculia.

2) Dyslexia Materials.com  Dr. Erica Warren's site contains some free teaching resources and lists of links to other helpful free resources from podcasts to webinars to camps. She also offers a helpful list of educational games.

3) Headstrong Nation.org.  Ben Foss's site doesn't contain worksheets or lesson plans, but does have great videos that will inspire teachers to experiment with new technology while building student confidence inside and outside the classroom

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