We have had dyslexic students take Shormann Math and do well. The video lectures, interactive assignments with instant feedback, help links to the video lectures, and the digital flashcards that read the terms and definitions to the student, seem to be a big help for these students.

Since these students have trouble spelling answers and reading the problem correctly, instead of using the grade in the online grade book, you may want to manually calculate a grade (average the quarterly exam grades and add points for daily work). This way, if there is a misspelled answer or if he read the question wrong, you don't need to request a grade change for every Practice Set. See page 22 of Shormann Algebra 1 Teacher's Guide for details.

While these students should do well using the eLearning system, you can use the course more like Saxon by using the eTextbook that you can download and print or view on a computer, and solutions manual with step by step solutions for every homework problem. Learn More: How to Use Shormann Math Offline

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