Finding Accessible Fonts for Classroom Use — TWO WRITING TEACHERS

Fonts that look whimsical and childlike may place a stumbling block in front of students with language-based learning disabilities, such as Dyslexia. Get tips from four industry professionals who will help you find an accessible font without sacrificing personality.

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2 Responses to Finding Accessible Fonts for Classroom Use — TWO WRITING TEACHERS

  1. allenrizzi says:

    As a former teacher, I agree with this article.

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    • Good to hear from someone who was in the field.

      I wasn’t familiar with three of the font choices mentioned, but will check them out.

      When I do PowerPoint presentations, I try to go for fonts that don’t detract or become hard to read for those in the back.

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