We continue on talking about the Dyslexic Advantage Chapter 6 part 3 (p.56-59). This time we talk about Material reasoning and how it affects dyslexics when learning procedural processes like cooking. Teaching a dyslexic child how to cook is a challenge when you just enumerate to them the steps of the recipe. But what if you teach them to cook using their ‘Material reasoning strengths’?.
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All evidence points out that Thomas Edison might be dyslexic. We know this from the way he wrote and his struggles in his early years of reading
We continue on with our Parent coffee time. This time we talk about the tendency of students to pursue courses that lean towards their M-strengths or Material Reasoning.