Alice’s Teaching Tips of the Week – Neurodiverse Students: Tips and Tools for Teaching Students with Dyslexia

Hello, my dear colleagues!

Welcome to another post with teaching tips in the form of a picture! These tips are also posted both on my Facebook page and on Edmodo! 🎁

I believe we are all visual learners in a way and it takes only a minute to read text on an infographic and get new ideas for our classrooms!

P.S. These tips can fit both the distance and face to face classroom. 

P.P.S. If you want to share the photo on Facebook, or in any Facebook groups, here’s a link. Please do not download and upload the photo since it takes time to design these bite-sized tips.

Teaching tips from the previous week

📌 How can you teach dyslexic students more effectively by using technology? Explore the poster to find out! 📝 Feel free to add your tips related to teaching dyslexic students in the comments!

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About Alice Glass

Alice is a 27 years old preschool teacher (Pre-K) with a B.Ed. She is currently enrolled in her Master studies, with a double major, one of them being English teaching methodology. She is also an online ESL teacher and blog writer for British Council. Last but not least, she is a mother of a very energetic toddler.

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