High school student shares 'super powers' to engage students with dyslexia

A high school student’s willingness to volunteer working with children with dyslexia for nearly five solid days resulted in a music video the kids will not soon forget. Seventeen-year-old Caleb Hope spent a week working with younger children with dyslexia to make a video of the kids rapping the popular children’s book “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.” No one forced him to volunteer or even had to twist his arm. “The more I came here, the more I had fun with the kids,” Hope said. The students at Rolph Literacy Academy at Fundamental Learning Center in Wichita, Kansas, are ages 5-10, and each of them has dyslexia. The school is designed to teach to their strengths using multisensory teaching —

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