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    gkroman2@yahoo.com is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Not a good reader

    Would you recommend time4 learning if a child has Dyslexia/ld? He can't read well and is in 8th grade. Is the text read to him?

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    My child has dyslexia and uses the upper level program quite well (has for the last 3.5 years). About 20% of the users for Time4Learning are learning challenged.

    In the upper grades, more independent reading is required, however there is still an interactive approach to much of it in language. History is not read to you at all. You can use a free text to speech reader to bypass that.

    Here are a few links that might help you in regards to dyslexic users and T4L:

    Teacher Turned Homeschooler

    Educating Your Dyslexic Child

    Right-Brained Learner

    Visual Spatial Learner

    Choosing a Curriculum for Learning Disabled Kids


    Best wishes!
    Joyfully,
    Jackie

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