What is FAPE and Why is it Important?

What is Fape?

Being disabled doesn’t constrain the individual from their right to education. IDEA came up with a provision called FAPE which ensures equal academic rights and privileges along with a few provisions of specialized assistance. Also, this may often have links with the 504 plan or IEP goals.  Here is a quick guide to what is … Read more

What is LEA in Special Education?

LEA in special education

For an aspirant with special education,  practices like IEP goals and special benefits may be assertive. While eligible aspirants can make use of these provisions, there may be a need for a guiding person or academy to make sure that the accommodations are provided with maximized effectiveness.   This is where the crucial role of LEA … Read more

Dyslexia And Bilingualism: Can you be dyslexic in one language and not in another?

Dyslexia and bilingualism

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON MAY 02, 2022 Dyslexia is related to difficulties in reading and writing a language. Being a most spoken language, this condition is often referred to in terms of the English language. This may bring about confusion if it is just about one subject? Also being Dyslexic in one subject implies similar … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Verbal Redirection

Verbal redirection

Student life is all about learning. At this level, they come across many new scenarios and often are not clear on how to handle them. Accordingly, they have a lot of chances to deviate from the right track. Ensuring a proper guideline redirecting them back to the right track is often necessary.  Parents and teachers … Read more

504 Plan vs IEP: Similarities and Differences

504 and IEP

Special education is supported by multiple plans to ensure individualized training and assistance for children. These focus on bridging gaps making them market ready to compete.  There are two popular plans: IEP and 504, which focus on children with disabilities. With a couple of options in hand, mentors may need to comprehend in detail which … Read more

Dyslexia And Procrastination: How to manage?

Dyslexia and procrastination

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON APRIL 21, 2022 Postponing certain tasks is commonly seen in individuals. What’s important to highlight here is the reason behind it. As people with learning difficulties perceive things differently, they tend to postpone or delay their tasks which leads them to develop the habit of procrastination. As this habit of temporizing … Read more

How To Be Good At Math?

How to be good at math?

Numbers form a crucial part of life. And thereby ensuring good hold of math concepts is crucial even in school and in personal life. Like any other subject, the difficulty level of these concepts also varies. While some of them are easy for some students, others may be difficult to grasp. These views may bring … Read more

Texting Someone With Dyslexia: Things to remember

Texting someone with dyslexia

Living with learning difficulties may need the person or the people around them to ensure some easy strategies to bridge the communication gap. Even for messaging a few tips implemented can make communication successful.  When readers with learning difficulties type text, they might sometimes experience visual distortion. These symptoms vary in severity from person to … Read more

Dyslexia And Interviews: Tips To Prepare

Dyslexia and interviews

Stepping into an interview room is often not the same as that in a classroom. It may be common for a candidate to be nervous even after proper preparation. Evidently, there are multiple aspects that cast an impression of the candidate in front of the interviewer. After schooling or college, students with learning disabilities like … Read more