The Go Dyslexia podcast features discussions with dyslexia experts from around the globe on topics such as assistive technology, entrepreneurship, learning strategies, and cognitive remedial tools. Now, therapists, teachers, parents, and individuals with dyslexia can get advice, strategies, material suggestions and more.
Using Structured Word Inquiry for Students with Dyslexia: An Interview with Dr. Pete Bowers
I am thrilled to speak with Dr. Pete Bowers a researcher and literacy consultant. Pete educates teachers, practitioners, and students around the globe with understanding the spelling-meaning connection of the English language through scientific inquiry. He calls his instructional approach, "structured word inquiry." Watch the same content and get the show notes on YouTube: https://youtu.be/37NSl_33PIA
Check out Dr. Warren’s other podcast: The Personal Brain Trainer Podcast: https://apple.co/3HhQcuZ
Creative Strategies to Help Dyslexic Students Love to Read with Sharon J. Bainbridge
This episode features Sharon J. Bainbridge, a dyslexia expert and advocate. Sharon is dyslexic, and when the school system didn’t teach her to read, she found her own way. Later when her daughter experienced similar challenges, Sharon knew she was dyslexic too and homeschooled her. Due to creative and playful methods, Sharon made reading fun and turned her daughter into a bookworm. Sharon is the author of Butterfly Lullaby and is an avid supporter of learning diversity for struggling learners.
Tips for Empowering Readers with Dyslexia with Emily Gibbons
I am so pleased to feature Emily Gibbons a certified dyslexia practitioner and author. Emily works one-on-one with students, writes educational resources for early literacy and dyslexia, and runs an annual, virtual conference called Building Readers for Life. You can find her online at theliteracynest.com. In this episode, we discuss tips for empowering readers with dyslexia.
A Student Focused Discussion on Awareness, Research, Advocacy and Self Esteem with Dr. Lauren McClenney-Rosenstein
I am so pleased to feature Dr. Lauren McClenney-Rosenstein a dyslexia expert and advocate. She is the creator of http://www.thinkdyslexia.org/ and she presently works as a middle school learning specialist and instructional coach at a private Quaker school in Baltimore, Maryland. In this episode, we discuss dyslexia awareness, research, advocacy, and self-esteem. In addition, we share a number of valuable resources for this underserved population of learners.
Go Dyslexia Episode 9: The Bullet Map Approach with Darius Namdaran
I’m so pleased to announce my ninth Go Dyslexia podcast: The Bullet Map Approach with Darius Namdaran. This podcast shares a discussion with Darius Namdaran, the CEO of Bullet Map Academy and Dyslexia at Work. Darius tells us about his own life adventure with dyslexia and his lifelong commitment to helping kids and adults with this learning difference.
Go Dyslexia Episode 8: Dyslexia: Building Vocabulary & Semantic Skills with Infercabulary
. Erica Warren’s 12th Go Dyslexia video podcast: Dyslexia: Building Vocabulary and Semantic Skills with Infercabulary, featuring Guest Beth Lawrence and Host Dr. Erica Warren. https://youtu.be/WVZkHFXPKo8
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It is such a pleasure to listen, learn and collaborate with Erica. I learn something new EVERY time I listen or have the chance to chat in a Zoom meeting. Thank you for your creative and encouraging spirit in the dyslexia community. It is greatly needed and appreciated!
Dr. Warren has great depth of knowledge
I’ve listened to all of Dr. Warren’s episodes. They are engaging and I am impressed with her expertise. She has a great interview style and the discussion volleys back-and-forth in a conversational style that’s easy to listen to.
Dr Warren does a fabulous job of tying together personal experience, the latest research, and basic general knowledge of how to help your dyslexic child, or adult, for that matter. I wish everyone who had a dyslexic in their life would take the time to learn about this amazing group of people and how to help them reach their greatest potential. She certainly helps guide the way. I always finish her podcasts with an immense sense of gratitude that the word is getting out there! Thank you Dr. Warren.