This book Dyslexia Bible (An Essential Guide and Model for Teaching Individuals with Dyslexia in Africa) is written with an African audience in mind, considering the peculiar limitations of most African countries in the area of special education.
This book can be easily read and understood by everyone who is struggling to understand how a child or student on dyslexia can learn. The book explains in simple terms, some of the best practices there are in teaching students with dyslexia.
The Foreword is written by Tiffany James -Vice President of Nessy LLC America is a Certified Structured Language Teacher, Certified Reading Specialist, qualified Dyslexia Screener, and Dyslexia Specialist with 25 years of Kindergarten Teaching experience. and Professor Ihenacho Izuka John – Former Dean Faculty of Education, University of Jos, Nigeria. He has over 36 years teaching experience at the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Jos.
He was appointed a lecturer II in 1984 to the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences in the field of Learning Disabilities and given the task to establish the field in Nigeria at both Masters/Doctorate Levels.
About the author.
Lola Aneke MAT SpEd BCTS BCCS is an award-winning educator with a K-12 practicing license from North Carolina in the United States. She holds a Master of Art in Teaching (MAT) Special and Inclusive Education from Meredith College, North Carolina, and a Bachelor‘s Degree in Sociology from the University of Lagos. Lola is an IBCCES Board Certified Telepractice Specialist (BCTS) as well as a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist (BCCS).
Lola is versed in the Common Core and Essential United States Standards, and well experienced in hands-on, challenging, and creative learning activities that take into consideration the diverse needs and experiences of all students, particularly students with special needs in both special and inclusive education settings. Her certification covers the 13 disabilities in the United States Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and she has taught children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), speech and communication disorders, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and other related disabilities in the United States and Nigeria.
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