This week we spoke to Ruth Travers, founder of Stavehouse. Ruth has developed a process for children to master music theory through visual and creative language.
Tag: dyslexia explored
This week, we invited children with dyslexia, parents and educators to ask them about their experiences with learning music.
I talked to Andrew Nehring as he shared his dyslexia story and how playing dungeons and dragons as a child helped him write stories for his books.
Let’s listen to the story of Lois Letchford, a physical education teacher who became a reading specialist when she discovered her son has dyslexia.
She’s a stand-up comedian who thought of bringing stand-up comedy into schools to help them with reading and writing. This week I had a very interesting conversation with Stephanie Davies, the founder of Laughology.
This week, I had a great conversation with Aarian Daniels, a mum who has written a book based on her daughter’s dyslexia struggles.
This week, I had a great conversation with Mike Guest, a dyslexic, who has been self-employed his whole life. We talked about the dynamic aspect of dyslexia.
This week, we had a great conversation with Cigdem Knebel, a mum who wrote stories for her child with dyslexia.
This week we are going to talk about designing cars with dyslexia. I sat down with Matthew Head, a dyslexic car designer who started out as a mechanic.
We have a very special and mind-bending episode this week. It’s all about a man with dyslexia who worked 34 years as a driver for a newspaper company and recently published a book with himself as the main character.