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Hi, my name is Angie Foster, and I am a dyslexia intervention teacher. I enjoy working with children who struggle with reading, because there is no greater reward than seeing the look in a student's eyes when he or she finally, finally reads a sentence without any errors and how happy it makes them. Children with dyslexia want what every child wants, and that is to be accepted and loved. In my classroom we support one another and cheer each other on. We celebrate success and encourage perseverance when learning is difficult.

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Hi, my name is Angie Foster, and I am a dyslexia intervention teacher. I enjoy working with children who struggle with reading, because there is no greater reward than seeing the look in a student's eyes when he or she finally, finally reads a sentence without any errors and how happy it makes them. Children with dyslexia want what every child wants, and that is to be accepted and loved. In my classroom we support one another and cheer each other on. We celebrate success and encourage perseverance when learning is difficult.

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