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This was really cool! And really helps teachers to understand how these students mind processing.
Dyslexia it appears is not disability, these kids just use their brain differently according to recent studies.  Seems people with perceived disabilites are not disabled, and can access their brains in ways normal people can't. - Imagine that. Shared via twitter by Kerry Erie @Speech expert.
  
http://guardianlv.com/2013/09/dyslexia-diagnosis-the-ability-within-the-disability/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Hootsuite&utm_campaign=LDSocialMedia

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I like this article because it does a good job (in my opinion) of explaining how and why technology is not meant to be a replacement for traditional instruction but rather a supplement.

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Not necessarily technology related, but as future teachers I'm curious what other peoples' thoughts are on these myths/"myths"

Please download the app "Infographics" for class today!

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These are just some typical but helpful facts to be educated on and to teach your students about! It might even make a more productive classroom setting.

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This article points out some valid explanations for why the "naughty" kids act the way they do. Could they, in fact, have special needs that aren't being addressed...?

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Thinking Blocks is a really cool app that has pre-made story problems that are presented to the student. Also given, are the tools needed to form a bar model, with labels, that answers the problem. There are 4 different topic choices too. You can use Addition & Subtraction, Ratio & Proportion Practice, Multiplication & Division, and Practice with Fractions....I downloaded all of them, you should too :) Enjoy!

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Here is the link for the free version of the timed reading app I shared earlier!

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This also is an app for students to practice their addition with a timed test. I found this to be useful because when the student is done the results can be printed or emailed for the teacher to look at. The free app only offers addition, but in the paid version you can get addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division timed tests.
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