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Creativity matters in education

03/08/2013 | By More
Creativity matters in education

As an educator, you have an opportunity and an obligation to foster creativity in your students, while also helping them develop digital skills. When students become creators of digital content, they can amplify their ideas and increase their impact. Article by Adobe

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I am dyslexic

02/21/2013 | By More
I am dyslexic

In our schools there are still far too many children whose dyslexia or dyscalculia is not recognized. The children are seen as stupid, lazy, unwilling to learn, difficult, etc. Watch this wonderful video in which a young woman talks about her dyslexia. She used to think she was just too stupid until she discovered, at […]

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Film project: “Embracing Dyslexia”

02/17/2013 | By More
Film project: “Embracing Dyslexia”

UPDATE: The Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds needed to finish the film is now up and running: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/755097346/embracing-dyslexia-documentary In March 2011, at the age of 8, my son, Alejandro, was officially diagnosed as being dyslexic. This was a life changing moment for our family because we now knew why he was struggling so badly […]

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Wordtoons

02/02/2013 | By More
Wordtoons

Anyone who can write, can draw. That is Wayne Logue‘s motto. He has developed Wordtoons. You start with a word and turn it into a cartoon. Wordtoons are funny, inspiring, and promote creativity. See for yourself and then go get those sharpies and start writing/drawing:  

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Progression – A Video by Nick Damato

12/11/2012 | By More
Progression – A Video by Nick Damato

My name is Nick Damato and would like to share my digital short story about my struggles growing up with dyslexia. I hope to help shine some light on our society and evaluative school system as well give hope to other learning disabled students. I hope to speak to parents and students in the future […]

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Caterpillar Stickers: Ten Year-Old with Dyslexia Co-Authors New Children’s Book.

11/14/2012 | By More
Caterpillar Stickers: Ten Year-Old with Dyslexia Co-Authors New Children’s Book.

When See Ray found reading such a struggle that she developed a fear of school, her parents worked diligently to help her discover of the joys of reading. With new-found confidence and skills far beyond her years, See Ray has co-authored a new children’s book that proves anything is possible. Following a heart-warming story of […]

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Reading Gives You Superpowers!

11/10/2012 | By More
Reading Gives You Superpowers!

Reading gives you superpowers! You don’t believe it? Watch this wonderful animation in which Dav Pilkey explains why! Enjoy! Your child still has difficulty reading? Try our Easy Reading Card!

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Miracles happen everyday – a true story

06/06/2012 | By More
Miracles happen everyday – a true story

We want to post a readers story! Thank you! “I have been active with various organizations over the years that assist students and adults with learning disabilities, by providing support, resources, and a wealth of information, (VSANJ, NCLD, SPAN). In addition, I am very appreciative of the help and support you have offered. It has […]

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El método AFS Atención Funciones Síntomas

09/06/2011 | By More
El método AFS Atención Funciones Síntomas

Una intervención pedagógica basada en una metodología didáctica. El método AFS Atención Funciones Síntomas Open publication

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Beautiful Minds: Stephen Wiltshire

02/01/2011 | By More
Beautiful Minds: Stephen Wiltshire

Stephen is able to do this because of his autism. He is able to devote more of his brain power to visual memorization because he is not processing the thousands of other stimuli that ordinary people both acknowledge and must process. In this instance, being autistic is what allows Stephen to have this extraordinary ability. […]

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