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A Critical Approach towards Dyslexia

Journal on School Educational Technology Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 0973-2217


This article discusses dyslexia (one of the many complex issues that affects students) and the ways to tackle it appropriately. Dyslexia is described as a syndrome in which a person's reading and/or writing ability is significantly lower than that which would be predicted by his or her general level of intelligence. People are diagnosed as dyslexic when their reading problems cannot be explained by lack of intellectual ability, or by inadequate instruction, or by sensory problems such as poor eyesight. Because reading is a complex mental process, dyslexia has many potential causes. This article presents techniques that can be employed to assist students in overcoming dyslexia.


Leonard, B. (2005). A Critical Approach towards Dyslexia. Journal on School Educational Technology, 1(2), 19-21. Retrieved June 7, 2020 from .

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