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Reading Help Article Library > Positive Aspects of Dyslexia

Usually when people hear the word dyslexia they think only of reading, writing, spelling, and math problems a child is having in school. Some associate it only with word and letter reversals, some only with slow learners. Almost everyone considers it some form of a learning disability, but the learning disability is only one face of dyslexia.
These days, a popular internet past-time is to take an online test in which after asking you a series of seemingly random questions, the computer spits out your “type”. You might be labelled a dreamer rather than a do-er. Or you might be placed into the famous right-brain or left-brain category.
Publish Date: 30.Jul.12
A learning style is not a learning disability. It is simply a difference in the way a person learns information.
Publish Date: 03.Sep.12
As the title suggests, Drs Brock and Fernette Eide's main concern in this book is to examine dyslexic people in terms of what makes them distinctive, capable and unique, as opposed to looking at their limits, deficits and general helplessness. For that reason alone, I feel that there is cause to celebrate this book...
Publish Date: 22.Jan.13

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