Video: Researcher Luz Rello on New Technology to Help Dyslexia

By The Understood Team

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Spanish researcher Luz Rello, Ph.D., has dyslexia. She knows firsthand how frustrating it can be for kids. To earn her doctorate, she studied how people read. And the discoveries she’s made have let her help create technology that makes it easier for kids with dyslexia to learn reading skills.

She explains in this video, courtesy of TedXMadrid.

(Note: To view this Spanish-language video with English subtitles, start the video. Then click the “Settings” icon in the lower right corner of the video. Choose “English” from the “Subtitles/CC” drop-down menu.)

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Portrait of Claudia Rinaldi

Claudia Rinaldi, Ph.D., is the chair of the education department and associate professor in education at Lasell College.

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