“For years I was called the dyslexic writer and dreamed of the day that would stop and now it has. I’m a writer who happens to be dyslexic. So to dyslexic children reading this I say, stand up, stick your head up. It’s taken me years to be proud of having dyslexia. So if […]
“I’ve learned more from people than I have from school or from books…” – Channing Tatum, actor and film producer
“I have never considered myself a very smart person, for a lot reasons. Not having early success on that one path messes with you….you get lumped in classes with kids with autism and Down Syndrome, […]
What is Dyslexia? What do we tell our teacher?
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It’s an all-too-common reality that most dyslexic students aren’t able to obtain comprehensive testing – and teachers may not know how to create dyslexia-friendly classrooms.
This card may provide a friendly opening for further conversation about dyslexia and how to optimize a particular student’s success.
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‘Tis the season for College Application Essays. We recently had the pleasure of reading this wonderful essay from Elias Schultz (currently a Freshman at prestigious Amherst College in Massachusetts).
It’s young people like Eli who are heralds of a new generation. Bravo Eli !!! You also write beautifully!
“When I started the process of looking for […]