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Creativity, Smarts, and Life Insights with Dyslexic Comedian Liz Miele

Thanks to comedian Liz Miele and The Codpast (right-brained stories from interesting individuals) for a great listen. Listen to Liz talk about memory and different modes of creativity that she learned about from reading The Dyslexic Advantage (~ 8 min 27 sec in). “You start to get hints of what makes you special in a […]

[PREMIUM] Students with Dyslexia Solve Math Differently

Interesting finding from the brain research lab at Georgetown. “The brains of children with dyslexia rely on unusual strategies to solve certain kinds of math problems, researchers report in NeuroImage..(also HERE). Usually, people use regions on the right side of the brain to solve math problems that require a step-by-step process, such as subtraction and […]
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Dyslexia, the Dress, and Flipped Perspective

Great blog post from graphic designer Madalyne Hymas called A-Dressing-Dyslexia in which she realized the dress that almost broke the Internet “and the resulting conversation involving millions of people, is the perfect analogy for helping to understand dyslexia…

The way that the dyslexic brain works is not bad, it isn’t wrong, and it isn’t deficient. It’s […]

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Because I’m Dyslexic – What About You?

Huge thanks to these amazing people who were willing to share about What They Do Because They’re Dyslexic. It’s because, not in spite of being dyslexic.

We spend so much time talking about, debating, and meticulously pouring over challenges, but what we should never forget to find a way for everyone to fly.

We need your help to create a […]

Dyslexic Geochemist and Father of Global Warming Dr. Wally Broecker

” I was not a reader. I was dyslexic and I still am…I didn’t know it at the time. All I knew is I could never read out loud. That was always a disaster because I’d miss too many words, make too many mistakes. And the more nervous you get the worse you are.” […]