> Recorders & Dyslexia
Beginning as early as the 9th grade and extending throughout their college years, many students rely heavily on well documented notes taken during class lectures. Unfortunately, students with dyslexia often run into problems taking notes because they may write slowly or stumble on correct spelling and subsequently lose focus on the lecture because of the time and energy used
The use of recording devices provides an excellent solution to this potential problem. After class, you can listen to the lecture as many times as you want at your own pace and make written notations accordingly. You can work at your own speed to gain maximum comprehension instead of at your professors fast pace. We recommend many recording options to assist you with some offering the latest technology, while others fit within a limited budget.