thoughts into words

Podcast #67 Why putting thoughts into words can be hard with dyslexia?

In today’s coffee time, we are going to talk about how often it’s puzzling to teachers why bright students with dyslexia find it so hard to answer open-ended questions. Einstein, a famous dyslexic, once complained that “thinking in words is not natural for him”. Let’s talk about how we need to translate our non-verbal thoughts into words. Often it’s easier to explain ourselves in drawings and diagrams.
 
Exploring Dyslexic Advantage chapter 7, page 64-67.
 

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