Teaching Tips

[intense_spacer type=”block” height=”25″ clear=”both”]homeschool dyslexia[intense_content_section padding_top=”0″ padding_bottom=”0″ padding_right=”10px” padding_left=”10px”]Kids with dyslexia learn differently.  Research has shown that kids learn better when they are taught using more than one sense (auditory, visual, tactile and kinesthetic) .  The following posts include strategies and tips for teaching to the right-brain dyslexic strengths.[/intense_content_section][intense_hr title=”Teaching Tips” accent_width=”30″ accent_height=”3″ class=”custom-hr” title_tag=”h3″][intense_custom_post class=”featured-blog” post_type=”post” taxonomy=”category” template=”masonry” is_masonry=”1″ gutter=”50″ categories=”teaching-tips” show_all=”1″ infinite_scroll=”1″ show_author=”0″ show_read_more=”1″ meta_template=”text_separator” meta_show_comments=”0″ show_filter=”0″ filter_effects=”fade, scale” masonry_size=”4″ masonry_medium_size=”4″ masonry_small_size=”12″ masonry_extra_small_size=”12″]