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Braille-based remediation for dyslexia: No magic wand, but an effective, non-conventional solution

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posted on 06.12.2017, 12:13 by Graham C King
Project discusses a longitudinal field study where an experimental group of 20 school children with dyslesxia were taught to read tactile braille, which was then used to learn 1000 high-frequency words. Conventional remedial approaches failed with these children.

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Central Queensland University

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No

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No

Supervisor

Associate Professor Graham Davidson

Thesis Type

Master's by Research Thesis

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