Keyboarding for Individual Achievement – Dyslexic Edition helps students reach their maximum potential by reading each typing lesson to them using a fantastic combination with live voice and visual guidance enhances the dyslexic student’s ability to acquire keyboarding skills. Read More
Real human speech guides students through all instructions and typing lessons
With the A finger,
strike the A.
- Easily allows the student to focus only on the learned keys.
- New keys are introduced as lessons progress.
- An assortment of one, three and five minute speed tests are included by grade level.
- Speed tests do not start until your first keystroke and automatically displays a fully graded report.
- All programs are discreet and are not openly identified as being for the dyslexic.
- An unlimited number of students may use the program.
Students with learning disabilities exhibit a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using spoken or written language. These disorders may be manifested in problems with listening, thinking, talking, reading, writing, spelling, and/or performing calculations.
Learning disabilities include conditions that have been referred to as perceptual handicaps, brain injury, minimal brain dysfunction, dyslexia, developmental aphasias, etc. The term does not include learning problems that are due primarily to visual, hearing, or motor handicaps, or to mental retardation, emotional disturbances, or environmental disadvantages.
In brain injury (often referred to as neurological impairment), there is damage before, during, or after birth in one or more areas of the brain. The student may have motor or language difficulties, seizures, or mild intellectual dysfunction.
WHAT THE TYPING TEACHER NEEDS TO KNOW ($99.95 Included Free with your order)
This section from the original published book, Typing for the Physically Handicapped, is included with your order.