Dyslexia in the Homeschool Classroom

geralt, By CC via Pixabay

geralt, By CC via Pixabay

If you are homeschooling a child suffering from dyslexia, you need to ensure that he has a supportive learning environment. As the teacher you will have to be sensitive to his learning requirements as they will differ from those of ordinary children. You will need to nurture him and provide him with little successes to build his confidence. It will require extraordinary patience on your part specially if you are schooling more than one child at home.
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