Dyslexia: This is what I have
Louis (13) is sitting in the classroom with a laptop. The computer reads the assignments because Louis has dyslexia.
Take a look at this video how he functions at school.
What is dyslexia ?
Getting started with reading software at school
What is reading software? What are ADISks? Who is eligible to get started? Where are these devices located on the care continuum? Do the students who work with it get their diploma?
This brochure provides answers to numerous questions about reading …
Reading with color codes: alternation rows
A bundle with words rows in which the types of sounds are displayed with different colors:
- green (short vowels),
- blue (long vowels),
- yellow (two-tone sounds),
- gray (dull clinker),
CleverRead: Reading website
This platform helps you to read faster. You practice with your own texts.
Eureka Education offers its reading expertise there. You will find reading tools and information about:
- sliding reading,
- word by word,
- read texts,
- reading techniques.
Voice typing in Google Docs
Easily dictate the content of your text document, also in Dutch.
In Google Docs you can have your spoken text automatically typed via the menu. Click on Tools in the menu and then on the microphone.
You can read more tips in the article.
Sprint (Plus): For children, young people and adults with reading and writing problems
Sprint is a handy reader that helps you read and write.
- Through the pleasant reading voice you hear what you write and you notice errors faster.
- Sprint also works directly in your familiar Microsoft Word.
- Sprint can be used in young children to …
ClaroPDF: App for students with exam facilities
The app ClaroPDF can be used to take exams from students with dyslexia on the iPad.
- You can have questions and answers read out (and the speed is adjustable).
- You can work with different languages and voices.
- The app works offline, no …
Spelling coasters: Overview of rules with examples
These memory cards serve to quickly find some spelling rules:
- punctuation marks,
- uppercase and lowercase letters,
- to write or release,
- intermediate letters,
- use of space in a typed text.
Both documents contained two pages. …
I hate reading
'I hate reading' is a frequently heard statement in children with dyslexia.
Train hours, questions on tests, manuals, official documents, a nice book and more. If you can not read fluently enough, the world becomes a lot harder.
ICTworkshops: Supporting exercises for students with dyslexia
This free site includes online reading exercises and spelling exercises especially for students with dyslexia.
The students can also listen to the clues. You can choose between seven different levels and 27 exercises from the categories:…
Listening library: Listening books and braille books
Listening point is the Flemish public library for persons with reading restrictions.
Blind people, persons with dyslexia, MS and aphasia patients may be at Listen. In short, to anyone who does not read or can read plain printed books, they deliver …