A Social-Emotional Imperative: Supporting both Dyslexia and Developmental Language Disorders (DLD) through Software Innovation
Every Superintendent in America seems to be identifying their number one issue is the social-emotional wellness of students. Interestingly, aspects of instruction may be the front line of address. Missing ingredients to instruction can exacerbate problems with achievement for students with dyslexia or DLD – inevitably reducing willingness and wellness. Who knew how different and interrelated reading and comprehension issues were for both, and how student agency and exact teaching practices could make a world of difference? Find out in this important discussion with Dr. Suzanne Carreker from Lexia Learning.