The Go Dyslexia Podcast with Dr. Erica Warren
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- The Personal Brain Trainer Podcast CLICK HERE to learn more.
The Go Dyslexia Podcast
Dr. Erica Warren has a growing selection of video podcasts with dyslexia experts from around the globe. Come back to join the discussions! We will feature inspirational stories, valuable advice, multisensory learning techniques, cutting-edge research on dyslexia, learning strategies, assistive technology, and products for dyslexia treatment.
You can listen on many podcast sites. Here are just a few:
- Apple : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/go-dyslexia-podcast/id1104665925
Go Dyslexia Feed
Google Play Music
Here are a selection of my Podcasts:
Go Dyslexia Podcast Episode 13: Using Structured Word Inquiry for Students with Dyslexia: An Interview with Dr. Pete Bowers
This episode is also available on my YouTube channel as Pete offered a number of demonstrations for the audience.
- Video URL: https://youtu.be/z4c5d2rhuVY
- This video podcast is the same content as the podcast and includes visual demonstrations.
Go Dyslexia Episode 12: Creative Strategies to Help Dyslexic Students Love to Read with Sharon J. Bainbridge
Go Dyslexia Podcast 11: Tips for Empowering Readers with Dyslexia with Emily Gibbons
Dyslexia Episode 10: A Student Focused Discussion on Awareness, Research, Advocacy and Self Esteem with Dr. Lauren McClenney-Rosenstein
The Bullet Map Approach with Darius Namdaran
Dyslexia: Building Vocabulary and Semantic Skills with Infercabulary, featuring Guest Beth Lawrence and Host Dr. Erica Warren.
Video URL: https://youtu.be/PfwxcU2B3-U
This podcast shares my interview with dyslexia expert Beth Lawrence, MA, CCC-SLP. Beth is an Orton Gillingham trained, certified speech-language pathologist, and CEO of Communication Apptitude (dba InferCabulary and WordQuations).
Scrible: An Amazing Annotation and Writing Tool for Dyslexic and Struggling Writers
Video URL: https://youtu.be/lpyW1df3eCM
This video blog features Victor Karkar, the SEO of Scrible, who shares with us a dynamic, online writing tool. Victor discusses the benefits of this technology, and we talk about how it can support individuals with dyslexia, other learning disabilities, as well as those with executive functioning disorder. Scrible, pronounced scribble, helps students write faster, more efficiently research papers. A step by step process, that can be monitored and supported by teachers and parents, offers quick citations and bibliographies, highlighting of websites, color coding across articles, as well as sharing, organizing and annotating features. In addition, Scrible works with Google Drive and Google docs with a free Add-on. It can also sync with Google Classroom.
Voice Dream Reader: A Demonstration and Discussion with Stan Gloss and Dr. Erica Warren
This Go Dyslexia video blog features a demonstration of Voice Dream Reader. Stan Glass joins me again to review the many benefits of this voice to text technology that can help to level the playing field for individual with dyslexia. Voice Dream Reader is our preferred App to use with Bookshare, but we also love to use it to read online documents, PDFs, and more. Come join the discussion as we walk you through how you can use the many amazing features like exporting highlights, finger reading, pac-man mode, adjusting the size and color of the text and more. Voice Dream Reader is a wonderful tool for dyslexics of all ages.
Text to Voice - A step By Step Demonstration of Bookshare with Stan Gloss and Dr. Erica Warren
This discussion with Dr. Erica Warren and Stan Gloss focuses on the many benefits of Bookshare, a site that offers audiobooks for individuals with reading or sight based disabilities. A demonstration also illustrates the signup process and requirements for an account. The benefits of text to speech is also addressed.
Rapid Automatic Naming and Multisensory Methods with Guest Dr. Michael Hart and Host Dr. Erica Warren.
Dyslexia and Memory
Video URL: https://youtu.be/KS-KJsyH_Bk
Voice Dream Writer: A Video Podcast with Author Winston Chen
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.
Dyslexia and Learning Through Music: A Podcast with Nathan John
The Creative Side with Artist and Advocate Mike Juggins
I am so pleased to feature artist, videographer, and dyslexia advocate, Mike Juggins. Mike is a wonderful advocate that has raised a greater understanding and appreciation of dyslexia and other learning differences.
Dyslexia – Making the Leap into Homeschooling with Marianne Sunderland
Dyslexia and Voice Dream Reader
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