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New Evidence for Dyslexic Strengths in 3D Spatial Reasoning

This week we’re discussing M-Strengths, or reasoning about the position, form, and movement of objects 3D space. M-Strengths are one of the four categories of MIND-Strengths, or abilities associated with dyslexic processing, that we discuss in our book, The Dyslexic Advantage.

Past Evidence For High 3D Spatial Ability In Dyslexia

Historically, many important dyslexia researchers, beginning […]

M-Strengths: 3D Spatial Reasoning and Dyslexia

 

Today we’ll focus on M-Strengths. M-Strengths is short for Material Reasoning, and it’s one of the four MIND-Strengths, or strengths associated with dyslexic processing. (We discussed the MIND-Strengths in yesterday’s post here if you missed it).

What Are M-Strengths Good For?

M-Strengths are the abilities to reason about the position, form, and movement of objects 3D […]

Dyslexia at Work: Disclosure – Who Do You Tell and How Do You Do It?

When I was looking for background information on Dyslexia and Disclosure in the workplace, I found something shocking: there was very little practical information available to young people, mid-career, and actually any adults navigating the world of work and their dyslexia. That led to the Dyslexic Advantage Disclosure Project.

Dyslexia and workplace is a little bit […]

MIND-Strengths In Dyslexia: What Are They?

As we’ve mentioned, May is MIND-Strengths month at Dyslexic Advantage. This month we’ll be asking you to help us make a “giant leap” for the dyslexic community by taking DA’s four MIND-Strengths surveys. By participating you’ll help us complete these self-assessments for dyslexia-associated strengths, so can be used by individuals with dyslexia to better […]

Update on Dyslexic Advantage M-Strengths Survey

Our deepest thanks to the over 600 adults who’ve already participated in the survey on M-Strengths! Due to your help, the Dyslexic Advantage community is truly going to revolutionize the understanding of what it means to be dyslexic!

Because the survey is still ongoing we don’t want to bias the responses of those who haven’t […]