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Jun 2012

Learning Support for the Dyslexic Child

Online Teaching for Dyslexia Students & Providing Help with Learning for Dyslexic Children

Zane Education is currently one of the few online learning and education companies providing effective and affordable online learning support for Dyslexic children and students.

They offer an educational resource for Dyslexic students and children with Dyslexia provided a page entitled School for Dyslexia Online especially for parents and teachers of Dyslexic children that introduces the benefits of their Visual Learning solution that delivers curriculum-based material visually – and not simply text-based.

Using what is currently the largest online library of educational subtitled video developed specifically for the teaching of the k-12 curriculum, Zane Education provide the perfect solution for teaching dyslexic children and students, using an effective form of Visual Learning that eradicates the need to read, to learn.

In this day an age it is rather ridiculous that a child should virtually need to have to learn another language – that of text – as a precursor to any form of learning or education. And this is especially the case when you consider that such a high percentage of children with one form of Dyslexia or another, are often extremely bright and intelligent kids.

The use of online educational video provides the perfect online learning resource for teaching children with dyslexia.

Here is a sample of one of Zane Education’s online educational videos:

You will note that this, like all Zane’s videos is fully subtitled.

This is a feature that will benefit those children and students with milder forms of Dyslexia by providing them with the opportunity to use those subtitles to also improve their reading and literacy skills, as they study each curriculum topic.

This, and other ways that Zane’s Visual Learning program will bring the most benefit to children with Dyslexia, is outlined in ‘The Dyslexia User Guide’ that can be freely downloaded on this page.

However there is much more to Zane’s Visual Learning Solution, than simply the use of video. Certainly they use online video to provide teaching for the Dyslexic child, but they also provide online testing and multiple-choice quizzes for each of the 260 curriculum topics, free downloadable Lesson Plans for each topic, and many other educational resources within the Study Center.

Parents and teachers seeking learning support and ways of providing help with learning for Dyslexic children can look at Zane Education as an extremely effective, beneficial and affordable solution.


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Cornell Kliebert
Cornell Kliebert
11 years ago

Definitely believe that which you said. Your favorite reason seemed to be on the internet the simplest thing to be aware of. I say to you, I certainly get irked while people consider worries that they just don’t know about. You managed to hit the nail upon the top and also defined out the whole thing without having side-effects , people could take a signal. Will probably be back to get more. Thanks

Julia Parfit
Julia Parfit
9 years ago

It’s so refreshing to discover someone that understands the problems that so many children with dyslexia encounter in the classroom and how straight forward it is to overcome and address these issues by providing these kids with the information they need to study, in a visual and audio format.

I am already a subscriber and user of your resources and I hope that more parents and teachers take the opportunity to discover the difference that the use of subtitled video can make as a teaching tool.

Good on you Zane Education

6 years ago
Reply to  Julia Parfit

Julia – Thank you for your kind comment and suggestion. We are based in Auckland and would like to do much more to help support Dyslexia in New Zealand.

8 years ago

Reading is fantastic. When I statred school, a parochial grade school, we picked up our books a couple of weeks before school statred. My older sister, age 9 at the time, sat me down and taught me to read in few days. When school statred I could already read everything I needed to for the first grade.The rapid interpretation of so many symbols arranged in a nearly infinite number of combinations is simply amazing.

6 years ago
Reply to  Kader

Thank you for your comment and suggestion.