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 Edmodo! This post will share some proven strategies, tips, and tools for teaching students with dyslexia.
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!
What are some tips and tools for teaching English through storytelling?
P.S. These tips can fit both the distance and face-to-face classroom.
Teaching tips from the previous week
- Alice’s Teaching Tips of the Week – Boost Students’ Wellbeing With Easy Activities
- Alice’s Teaching Tips of the Week – Formative Assessment Activities & Digital Tools
- Alice’s Teaching Tips of the Week – Reflecting on your Teaching to Improve your Practice
- Alice’s Teaching Tips of the Week: Tips and Tools for Teaching Students with Dyslexia
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