Reading instruction shouldn’t end when the period ends, especially for our dyslexic students who struggle to develop decoding and comprehension skills that are required in all content areas. The generalization of decoding skills and comprehension strategies outside of the reading classroom is also a challenge for dyslexic students. During this session, participants learn how teachers at The Laurel School of Princeton, a private school for dyslexic students, apply their knowledge of the science of reading to their math instruction.
TEACHING/INSTRUCTION/INTERVENTION: Examine ways to integrate and review phonics, spelling and vocabulary through daily activities in the classroom.
Disclosure: Susan Miller and Deadra Ledet-Rosenberg have no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.