Structural brain differences in kids with dyslexia
Research in neuroscience has produced clear evidence of structural differences in the brains of children with dyslexia.
Andrew's journal: Growing up with dyslexia and ADHD
From second grade through high school, Andrew has shared his story of getting through school with the dual challenges of dyslexia and ADHD.
Dyslexia and the education environment
People with dyslexia have differences in brain structure. How can educators use this knowledge to teach them more effectively? An expert shares his insights.
A conversation with Joyce Bilgrave about dyslexia and parental involvement
An expert who runs camps for kids with dyslexia responds to parents' questions.
Helping your child find a passion: one mother's story
A mother shares the lessons she learned while helping her son with a learning disability find hobbies he could put his heart into.
Developing reading skills in young children
Dr. Reid Lyon discusses how children develop reading skills and what parents can do to help.
Overcoming dyslexia: a chat with Dr. Sally Shaywitz
In 2003, SchwabLearning.org hosted an online chat with Sally Shaywitz, M.D., where participants asked her questions about dyslexia and reading problems in children.
Should my child be evaluated for dyslexia?
An excerpt from Dr. Sally Shaywitz's book, Overcoming Dyslexia, offers parents information and insight.