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.
Tag: teenage dyslexia
Listen to Christine Robenalt, a physical therapist, a Barton reading instructor and a mum of 2 dyslexic children from Colorado share her dyslexia story.
Dyslexia itself is not a visual problem but there are a lot of misconceptions regarding the role that vision plays in dyslexia and in this episode, Bhavin sheds light on some of them.
Stephen Mattias joins us after their presentation to discuss more about Lexplore Analytics and its huge potential impact on identifying dyslexia.
How to defuse a dyslexic stress bomb on a Sunday night with a SundayMap
These episodes are directed towards children and teenagers to help them learn how to harness their dyslexia.
Using eye-tracking technology, they track the movement of the students’ eyes while reading a text and within minutes analyze if they have reading difficulty.
Yasmin shares how she learned to apply her visual way of doing school work and the results. Suzette also explains what it’s like from a parent’s perspective.
Rachel explains to me the system that she uses with her mother to keep on top of the workload leading up to her final high school exams.v
Rachel Miller, a sixteen-year-old ambassador of Dyslexia Scotland present the second Keynote speech to the Dyslexia Scotland Conference 2018.