The importance of education does not diminish from child to child. Young members of society have to be literate and must be able to use what they learned and apply it in their lives. This holds true even more for children with dyslexia.
What is Dyslexia? Generally, dyslexia is known as a learning disability where an affected kid can’t interpret symbols and words the same way a normal child does when going through the learning process. It doesn’t mean that these kids lack the intelligence but it does mean teaching them can be a challenge.
Using conventional teaching and learning methods can affect a dyslexic child negatively because they can’t acquire the necessary skills through such methods making it appear that they have difficulty learning basic concepts which can create a traumatic environment especially if the teacher and the students don’t know about his/her condition.
Instructors would get confused if a dyslexic child exhibits learning potential but is constantly listed as an underachiever due to what looks like a disinterested student. A teacher giving out instructions might be received well by most students while the dyslexic one can’t seem to grasp it.
In classroom situations having a dyslexic child needs quite a bit of understanding from the teacher and students inside the room. They exhibit a unique kind of behavior that needs to be addressed with a positive and encouraging attitude.
A lot of them have a short auditory memory and can’t retain what the teacher says during class. They might not hear the words long enough to find a way to match them in sequence where it makes sense when you ask them to spell them out.
Children with dyslexia have special needs when it comes to their education. Parents should send them to institutions known for handling dyslexia cases and have the proper evaluation tools in identifying the child’s strength and weakness inside the classroom to make learning more effective.