Foss also recommends that teachers utilize open discussions to support lessons. If dyslexic students are offered the floor to voice their opinion, they may be more inclined to go the extra mile and push the envelope. Parents and teachers can try writing and drawing concepts on a chalkboard or whiteboard to teach a lesson. An open discussion will help improve a student's cognitive learning and make them feel more comfortable speaking in public for the future.
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