Kate McKenzie explains how children themselves shaped the way Word Window is used to support reading. Children are often good at telling us how they learn best. As educators we need to be open to listening and adapting.
Dyslexia—a learning difference that affects reading, writing, and spelling—is a condition that can bring about significant challenges and frustrations. Dyslexia is a lifelong struggle that has transformed into a catalyst for positive change. Today, I delve into my personal experience with dyslexia and the creation—the Word Window—a reading aid that has revolutionised the lives of many.