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.
This time we talk about Material reasoning and how it affects dyslexics when learning procedural processes like cooking.
We’ve been talking about the strength of dyslexia in 3D reasoning, now we are going to talk about the practical implications of having a 3D brain in the real world.
This time we talk about how dyslexia thinking often has stronger 3D than 2D reasoning and how it can create a drawback on school but a big advantage in the workplace.
This time, we discuss what I call the 5 gears of dyslexia; Reading, Writing, Remembering, Results, and Organization. We talked about how hard it is to move from gear to gear because of dyslexia restricting their movements.
She and her husband knew something big was going on when one night she saw her son start to beat his head on the kitchen counter screaming he’s stupid. Listen to a parent-advocate from Dyslexia Houston talks about how she constantly advocate for her dyslexic son’s rights at school.
We explore: Mum from Vancouver who homeschooled her child identifies the biggest challenge was not having faith in herself as a teacher at home especially noticing that her child was learning things later than his peers.
Award winning Dentist who takes a dyslexia assessment but agrees to compare his feelings before and after the test in this podcast recorded in two parts.
We go deep in this podcast about how parents new to dyslexia have to deal with the overwhelm of information with Caron Trout, a mother of a 14-year-old,