Joined 5 years ago
Hello, my name is Sue Kerrigan. (aka the Let Me Learn Lady) I am dyslexic and Iâm also a part time special needs teacher. For 10 years Iâve been helping dyslexic and struggling children succeed with their education. I like to find creative ways to solve problems. Iâm a busy lady, before I become a teacher I was a software engineer so I dabble in that from time to time, I run my own teaching resources website for special needs teachers and I am a private tutor. Iâm going to be sharing my creative teaching ideas with you on Squidoo and youâll find more ideas on my own blog at www.letmelearn.co.uk/blog
8 years ago
This page is for parents and teachers to learn about how they can help children who reverse their letters. Specifically 'b' and 'd' because these are the most common letters that are reversed. My name is Sue Kerrigan and I'm interested in this topic...
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