FREE Resources on Bullying, IEPs, Dyslexia and More

FREE Resources on Bullying, IEPs, Dyslexia and More

Today I wanted to share some great resources via the National Center for Learning Disabilities. The best part? These toolkits and e-books are FREE!!

Free E-Book: IEP Basics for Parents of Students with LD

Dyslexia toolkit

Free E-Book: The Truth About Bullying: School Toolkit

Free E-Book: Understanding the Standards-Based IEP

Register for Our Free Executive Function Infographic and E-Book

 50 Questions About LD E-Book

 

Hope this helps you or someone you know!

FREE Resources on Bullying, IEPs, Dyslexia and More




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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

12 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this- the timing is perfect. We’re just beginning to understand the implications of dyslexia and we are hungry for more information!
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  2. Ann

    Thanks! I am going to check out the dyslexia toolkit. It is such a mystery to me and I even have it. I wonder to if my son does as well. Maybe there are ways to help him.
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  3. I am still wading through these resources, some books, and a documentary that someone loaned me. But if I were to ask for a magical article that would be of immediate help (as we just recevied the diagnosis), it would be a simple article on how I can support my child after school during homework time without doing it myself;). It’s silly really, because I am a teacher! With my own child it is different though, especially when homework takes hours for a 9 year old, and then is mostly incorrect. I know there isn’t an easy answer, but… for example in a reading packet: should I read everything out loud to him? When it comes to marking in the passage where each question’s response is found, is that something I should do for him (pointing it out to him?). When it says “which is the best summary?” and I give clues, but then he still can tell which is the best summary….? At first I would let him turn it in all wrong, with a note on the top that it was his work… now I help him (with a note on the top that I helped him). But with the work getting harder and longer, my help is also very involved and I’m not sure what we’re accomplishing….
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  4. Sorry, typo: that should say “he still can’t tell”
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  5. Thanks for the great list of resources. Visiting from Wake Up Wednesday Linky Party.
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  6. Wow, what a fabulous resource! Thanks so much for sharing!
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