Learning through play

Learning through play

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Mind Mapping for Children with Dyslexia - Mind mapping is often recommended as a way to support children with dyslexia. It is often suggested as a way to help with planning longer written work or sketching out ideas. It is a great way of reducing the number of words a child has to read and write to access and record information. However, mind maps can play a much more fundamental role in learning and revision.

Mind Mapping for Children with Dyslexia - Mind mapping is often recommended as a way to support children with dyslexia. It is often suggested as a way to help with planning longer written work or sketching out ideas. It is a great way of reducing the number of words a child has to read and write to access and record information. However, mind maps can play a much more fundamental role in learning and revision.

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▶ Ron Davis - Unlocking the Power of Dyslexia - YouTube

▶ Ron Davis - Unlocking the Power of Dyslexia - YouTube

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Why do I keep talking about rewiring the brain to achieve health and fitness? Because without that process, it’s HARD! Plus, any progress towards improved health and fitness is temporary at b…

Why do I keep talking about rewiring the brain to achieve health and fitness? Because without that process, it’s HARD! Plus, any progress towards improved health and fitness is temporary at b…

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▶ Reading and Spelling with Davis Learning Strategies: - YouTube

▶ Reading and Spelling with Davis Learning Strategies: - YouTube

A typical outline of a Davis Dyslexia Correction Program

A typical outline of a Davis Dyslexia Correction Program

A study examining the link between dyslexia and creative ability finds that the typical dyslexic student is intellectually gifted - most of them doing well enough to put them in the top 10 percent of the population. "There is a whole new field of intelligence we just haven’t discovered among dyslexics who see the world visually.” Read the complete article here: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/education-the-art-of-being-dyslexic-1280776.html

A study examining the link between dyslexia and creative ability finds that the typical dyslexic student is intellectually gifted - most of them doing well enough to put them in the top 10 percent of the population. "There is a whole new field of intelligence we just haven’t discovered among dyslexics who see the world visually.” Read the complete article here: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/education-the-art-of-being-dyslexic-1280776.html

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Dyslexia Fact #5

Dyslexia Fact #5

Types of Learning Disorders: How to know the difference in learning delays

Types of Learning Disorders: How to know the difference in learning delays

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