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.
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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Go Dyslexia Episode 7: Rapid Automatic Naming and Multisensory Methods with Guest Dr. Michael Hart and Host Dr. Erica Warren
I’m so pleased to announce my seventh Go Dyslexia video podcast: Rapid Automatic Naming and Multisensory Methods with Guest Dr. Michael Hart and Host Dr. Erica Warren. URL: https://youtu.be/PfwxcU2B3-U This video podcast shares my most recent video podcast, featuring dyslexia expert and advocate, Dr. Michael Hart. This is the seventh of many, free video podcasts for Go Dyslexia! Dr. Michael Hart is a child psychologist and dyslexia expert who offers 25 years of experience in parent and teacher training, educational technology, learning differences, and diagnostic assessments. He is the founder/owner of www.doctormichaelhart.com and is currently providing online webinars and courses that focus on dyslexia. During the video podcast, Michael and I talk about rapid automatic naming (RAN) and its impact on dyslexia and more specifically reading. In addition, we discuss the importance of using the Orton-Gillingham approach, multisensory methods and paying attention to the individual needs of learners. URL to Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/PfwxcU2B3-U What is Rapid Automatic Naming? Rapid Automatic Naming or Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) is the ability to quickly verbalize a series of familiar items including letters, numbers, colors or things. This a cognitive skill that has a major impact for many struggling readers. Important Links Mentioned in this Video Podcast: Dr. Michael Hart’s website: www.doctormichaelhart.com Connect to Comprehend: http://www.connecttocomprehension.com/ Hey What’s the Big Idea Game: https://goodsensorylearning.com/search?q=hey Let us know what you think!! Please help us spread the word by liking, commenting and sharing the video as well as this blog. =========================================== **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCClFDLZtuJD99TBMGxb-ekw?sub_confirmation=1 ======================================= Dr. Erica Warren Learning Specialist, Educational Therapist, Author, Podcaster, Vlogger and Course Creator.
Go Dyslexia Episode 6: Dyslexia and Memory with Dr. Aaron Ralby
This video podcast, Dyslexia and Memory features memory and language expert, Aaron Ralby from Linguisticator and host Dr. Erica Warren. This is the sixth of many free video podcasts for Go Dyslexia! This video podcast offers a fascinating discussion about mindful and multisensory strategies that enhance cognition and learning. Come learn about fun and memorable memory palaces and a new virtual reality program that can help individuals with dyslexia. URL to Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/KS-KJsyH_Bk What is Linguisticator? Linguisticator is an online course platform that offers memory and language training. These courses provide systematic, step-by-step guidance on how to use spatial memory techniques to learn large and complex subjects with incredible speed and full retention. Through extensive research into languages, memory, and learning methodologies, Linguisticator distills and maps out subjects while providing solutions for a range of individuals, from children with dyslexia to high school students preparing for final exams and even adults looking for professional language training. Resources mentioned in the video podcast: Linguisticator **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user= warrenerica1 Dr. Erica Warren – Your Podcast Host: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/warrenerica1 Dyslexia video podcast, video blogs, & resources: https://www.GoDyslexia.com
Voice Dream Writer: A Video Podcast with Author Winston Chen
This is Dr. Erica Warren’s most recent video podcast, featuring dyslexia advocate and author, Winston Chen. https://youtu.be/uyPcMZyEZ1E Winston tells us all about the many benefits of his app Voice Dream Writer for individuals with dyslexia. This is the fifth of many free video podcasts for Go Dyslexia! What is Voice Dream Writer? Voice Dream Writer is an iOS app that can be used on an iPad or iPhone. It is a easy to use writing application that has a number of powerful features. Voice Dream Reader Offers a Number of Helpful Tools: Dictation or Voice to Text: Voice Dream Writer offers voice to text or dictation, so you can speak to your iPad and the words will appear. Proof Reading: Now you can edit your writing by listening to the text spoken aloud. Like a personal proofreader, Voice Dream Writer uses text-to-speech technology, so that awkward sentences, grammatical errors and typos can be easily found. It addition, Voice Dream Writer can read words and sentences as they’re typed or dictated so that errors can be corrected right away. Word Finding and Definitions: Voice Dream Writer helps individuals find the right words through phonetic search or meaning search. For example, search for “inuf,”, and you will find “enough”, or search for “large balloon” by meaning and you will find “zeppelin.” Word Finder also shows the dictionary definition of a word. Organizing Ideas: Writer automatically keeps a separate outline of headings, paragraphs and sentences. The Outline helps writers structure their writing and reorganizing paragraphs and sections is a simple drag and drop. In addition, it allows the author to go anywhere in a document without endless scrolling. Come watch my first video podcast with Winston Chen on his acclaimed app Voice Dream Reader. URL to Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/OFfzRPFSBrQ Audio version from iTunes: http://apple.co/1YfhJQE Resources mentioned in the video podcast: Voice Dream Reader: http://www.voicedream.com/ Voice Dream Writer: http://www.voicedream.com/writer/ **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user= warrenerica1 Dr. Erica Warren – Your Podcast Host: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/warrenerica1 Let us know what you think!! Please help us spread the word by liking, commenting and sharing the video as well as this blog.
Go Dyslexia Episode 4: Dyslexia and Learning Through Music: A Podcast with Nathan John
This Go Dyslexia video podcast features dyslexia advocate and entrepreneur Nathan John. Having overcome the barriers of being an undiagnosed dyslexic at school, Nathan became a successful event organizer and DJ while completing a university degree in Applied Economics. Now, Nathan is a successful multi award-winning entrepreneur who has been publicly endorsed by the Prime Minister as well as Richard Branson. What’s more, he was appointed young ambassador of the year for the Prince’s Trust, granted an entrepreneurship role model for the Welsh Government and represented the UK as a business delegate.
Nathan founded Rewise Learning in 2008 and specializes in innovative educational solutions that cover a range of services including, training, reading remediation, e-learning, consultancy, public-engagement and participation events. Rewise Learning offers four distinct brands that offer a unique approach.
LearnThruMusic Courses: This program uses sing music, coaching, song-writing, song recording and music production to engage and teach learners (mainstream, special educational needs, young offenders, NEETS (Not in Education or Employment Training) and other vulnerable groups) new skills and qualifications. LearnThruMusic: This learning website covers core academic subjects and helps students learn academics by pairing concepts with music. PhonicsThruMusic: This is a new approach to the synthetic phonics system of teaching reading. PhonicsThruMusic is a series of 20 eBooks aimed to support SEN (Special Educational Needs), Primary and secondary schools, international TEFL (Teaching English as a Second Language) schools and individual learners aged 11 – 19. Sing-In Success: SingIn Success provides inspirational, innovative and training services to businesses and organizations throughout the United Kingdom. Nathan is also a founding director of Surfability UK CIC, Wales' first inclusive surf school for people with disabilities and learning difficulties.
Go Dyslexia Episode 3: The Creative Side with Artist and Advocate Mike Juggins
Title: Dyslexia Episode 3: The Creative Side with Artist and Advocate Mike Juggins
Dyslexia Strengths and Advocacy with Artist Mike Juggins and Dr. Erica Warrren at Go Dyslexia - This podcast feature artist, videographer, and dyslexia advocate, Mike Juggins. Mike has worked tirelessly to raise a greater understanding and appreciation of dyslexia and other learning differences. Joining us from Devon, England, Mike takes us on a tour of his free website, Dyslexic DaDa, that celebrates the strengthens of dyslexia. In addition, he offers stories, strategies, technology tips and more.
1 Dyslexia: What it is all About: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDUfVCo6ito
2 The Gift Dyslexia – Mike Juggins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDDP9Oeag3g
3 Dyslexic Dada: http://www.dyslexicdada.com/
4 Inspiration: http://www.inspiration.com/
5 Zoom Video Conferencing: http://www.zoom.us/
6 Irlen Colored Glasses: http://irlen.com/
7 Mike Juggins Art: http://www.mikejuggins.co.uk/
A BREAKDOWN of This Video:
01:18 What makes you a dyslexia expert?
01:53 You have this incredible website, Dyslexic DaDa. Can you tell us more about that?
04:04 What does the site offer for individuals with dyslexia?
07:05 Tour of Mike’s site Dyslexic DaDa
13:12 You have said that being dyslexic makes you a better artist. What do you mean by that?
23:01 Accepting the label of disabled gets you the academic support.
24:18 What are some of the key assistive technology devices that you have used that have helped you succeed?
29:59 What can dyslexics do to be successful in this world?
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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.
So wish I would have had this kind of stellar tool when I was a kid! Would have been quite helpful.
Read 50 Books Last with Voice Dream Reader
This is an awesome podcast with my hero Winston Chen. Before Voice Dream Reader(VDR) I struggled to read. 15 minutes and I was asleep. With VDR I read 50 books in that last year. That is more than I have read in my lifetime. I use VDR in combination with Bookshare. Bookshare is free for students and a nominal cost for adults with proof of disability. The 4.0 version even has finger reading for young kids learning to read. I love the highlighting feature. I export all my highlights to Evernote. Great feature for students. The quality of the voice are excellent for adult learners. Some kids may prefer a human voice so you can consider Learning Alley for books on tape. Finally technology is catching up to my dyslexic brain. Thank you Erica and Winston.