Teaching students with dyslexia and dysgraphia: lessons from teaching and science by Virginia W. Berniger and Beverly J. Wolf explains how to meet the needs of students with special learning needs while effectively teaching all students in a K-12 class. The book focuses on the integration of psychology, linguistics, education, and neurology to best understand students with learning disabilities and efficiently tailor lessons to their needs. The text is dense, but essential for teachers of inclusive student bodies.
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