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Academy Celebration

Last February, we had our first ever BulletMap Academy’s Open Night Celebration. It was really good to hear stories of challenges from parents and their journey with Bulletmap Academy. We thought that it would be ideal to make it a regular celebration. Accomplishments and Celebration We’re going to host an

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Dr. Joanne Scott
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#46 Exploring Self-Compassion with Dr. Joanne Scott

Exploring Self-Compassion. Dr. Joanne Scott originally believed you’re either smart or stupid. She was told that she’s not that clever by a career advisor when she told him she wanted to be a Psychologist. Now, Dr. Joanne Scott is a registered clinical psychologist. Find out her story. Here are some

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Stick Shift 5 Gears Series

The ‘Stick Shift’ Thinker Dyslexia explained with a Stick-Shift car: How to understand what “Processing Difficulties” mean What’s the difference between a dyslexic and typical thinker? Imagine learning to drive in a manual car but your instructor has only ever driven an automatic. It’s going to cause problems isn’t it? This

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Hannah Kelly
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#45 Learning To Drive With Dyslexia

Learning To Drive With Dyslexia. Hannah shares how she learned to drive using some unusual techniques with a dyslexia friendly driving instructor. Here are some of Hannah’s Top QUOTES in the podcast. Early attempts at driving “I just burst into tears, at 23, in the car with a stranger.” Five

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hannah kelly
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#44 Being Afraid of Jumping the Chasm of Studying

Hannah shares how she was afraid of jumping the chasm of studying because the tools other students used weren’t working for her. So she found another way to jump using her creativity. Here are some of Hannah’s Top QUOTES in the podcast. Early Memories  “I don’t remember being particularly bad

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