5 Novel Ways to Reduce Your Child’s Reading Anxiety

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As an educational therapist, my approach here — in trying to reduce their reading anxiety — is to use their interests, along with available technology. Here are five strategies I’ve found to be effective in engaging students in free-time reading.

By Ezra Werb, M.Ed.

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colorful umbrellas raise neuro diversity awareness

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The ADHD Foundation, which is based in Liverpool, is bringing the Umbrella Project back to the city.
Organisers say that the project aims to raise awareness, and celebrate, a range of conditions under the umbrella term of ‘neurodiversity’, including ADHD, autism and dyslexia.

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Augmenta11y new app designed by students

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Over 35 million children enrolled in schools across India have dyslexia. That’s a big number but there are not enough tools available to help them go about their daily lives better.

A realisation that motivated 21-year-old Tushar Gupta and fellow classmates Mudita Sisodia, Mitali Raju, and Schezeen Fazulbhoy to develop Augmenta11y as part of their final year project at the Mukesh Patel School Of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME).

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Parents step in

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After Arkansas parent Kim Head discovered her kindergarten son had dyslexia, her search for curriculum that would address his learning disability highlighted the shortcomings in the education system’s approach to reading — the work she did with him at home improved both his self-esteem and academic work, Education Week reports.

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Thinking differently about dyslexia in the classroom

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Dyslexia, and its lesser-known cousin, Dyscalculia are defined as a brain-based learning difficulties related to either reading, or to the difficulty in learning or comprehending arithmetic. According to the Dyslexia Foundation, about 5-10% of the population has dyslexia, and around 6% have dyscalculia. As a counterpoint, and starting point for this blog, let’s look at other figures:

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