Inclusive Practices in Reading

The ability to read influences almost every part of students' lives both in and out of school.  Learning to read is not a skill with which we were born.  Our brain has to modify parts of itself to accomplish this complex task.  Students with a disability could have even a harder time learning to read because there are additional road blocks in the way.  A variety of strategies are needed to support these students in a general education classroom.
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Lesson Plan Templates

Designed by national experts, the lesson plan templates provide educators with a framework for which to teach specific literacy concepts.

Instructional Strategies

We continually add new strategies to the website, so check back often.

MORE Resources for Dyslexia

Created as a collection of online resources for supporting students with dyslexia in an inclusive setting. 

  • Cara Wyly
    Project Manager, Inclusion in Texas Statewide Network
    (210) 370-5413