I am an ex-teacher too you know. I am glad to hear about your work with dyslexic kids. :)
A couple of things. Sam is a boy. In the translated page it says "her" - but maybe his and her translate the same? Samuel hates to cut his hair. You are not the first to think he is a girl. Next year, in sixth grade, it is against the rules to have long hair. Yikes! :)
Also, I have had a website setup for sharing open resources for dyslexic kids for two years - but nothing has ever come of it. This might be the perfect time. You could use it for French resources too. It uses Moodle. I have a different address for every grade level.
http://2ndgrade.ourdyslexicchildren.org all the way through
I tried to get Sam's teachers to use it this year, so there are some things posted at http://5thgrade.ourdyslexicchildren.org.
What do you think?
Have a great evening!
On 07.06.2012 01:39am, Ania Lesca wrote:
Le 05/06/2012 17:33, marilyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa écrit :At the last minute (yesterday) I entered a video contest for open educational resources that I had mentioned earlier on this list. The other project I was involved in fell through. The theme is dyslexia, but I credit the open source packages I used for graphics and editing at the end. They are probably looking for much flashier videos - but hopefully it will help spread the word about dyslexia. My son, Sam is in it. http://youtu.be/h0OuVuE0tKAHi, Here is the French side of this courageous call for open resources. From an ex-teacher who was so happy to rely upon free software for her dyslexic pupils, and others... http://raconte-moi.abuledu.org/w/5687-dyslexic_kids http://libre.pedagosite.net/voir_doc.php?DOC=326 Ann from Bordeaux ### To unsubscribe from the schoolforge-discuss mailing list: Send an e-mail message to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with no subject and a body of "unsubscribe schoolforge-discuss"