The best places to look for evidence-based resources are websites that cater for all learners, including those with learning difficulties. While some children will seemingly have little trouble learning to read and may need more practise, the same skills apply for all children. Using a resource that teaches explicitly and systematically ensures all skills are taught thoroughly and none are left out. The result is more children who become skilled readers within the critical first three years of school.
For the best advice on reading programs and resources for a wide range of learners, seek out:
The Australian Federation of SPELD Associations in all states of Australia providing articles, resources and events on assisting students with specific learning disorders for educators and families. Outstanding resource for teaching all children well.
Target specific difficulties by finding the right book for your students.
Advancing education and equity through the publication of resources and books. (US based)
Resources, publications, presentations and advocacy for evidence-based reading instruction. For teachers and families.
Professional learning, publications, research, tutor search. Dedicated to students with learning difficulties but excellent for all teaching and learning.
Great resource for teaching comprehension through specific books. Uses a scope and sequence (US based).
High quality, research-supported literacy instruction for teachers and families
Wide range of resources, articles and literacy instruction for struggling readers.
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