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Teaching to Dyslexic Advantages in a STEM Homeschool – Dr Doresa Jennings

It’s our pleasure to introduce Dr Doresa Jennings to our worldwide community. Doresa is an adult dyslexic herself, but also popular full-time professor and homeschooling mom of 3 adorable and brilliant kids.

In the past, she shared her rich, inventive, but yet oh-so-practical educational plan for homeschooling her dyslexic children. She has also generously shared her […]

Paleontologist Jack Horner Talks to Scientists About Being Dyslexic

“I survived the stigma of my shortcomings by living an imaginative life as a dinosaur hunter, both in the Cretaceous, and in my back yard. Based on the fossils I discovered near my hometown I recreated miniature ecosystems using weeds for trees, and a long ditch for the inland sea. To this day I […]

Scientific American on the Advantages of Dyslexia

Great to see Scientific American covering the advantages of dyslexia…

Excerpt: “Dyslexia is often called a “learning disability.” And it can indeed present learning challenges. Although its effects vary widely, children with dyslexia read so slowly that it would typically take them a half a year to read the same number of words other children might read in […]

Science, College, and Dyslexia – Top Young Scientist Melissa Rey

Pomona College student in Cognitive Sciences, Melissa was named America’s Top Young Scientist by Discovery 3M, in addition to receiving the Smart Kids with LD Youth Achievement Award and Buick Achievers Scholarship ($25,000 per year for college). Melissa also designed and co-organized Summer Science Camp for Girls which is now in its 3rd year.

Melissa […]

Conference on Dyslexia and Talent

What You May Not Know About Dyslexia….