Monthly Archives: November 2011

Want to make a real difference to those youngsters with learning difficulties?

In my experience teachers always want to do the best for their students, but some struggle so much with the basics it is difficult to find enough time to help them. They are very bright youngsters who just can’t grasp … Continue reading

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I was asked how a non-dyslexic could understand what dyslexia is like

I have a book called both sides of the brain, that Lucy Wells wrote to describe to dyslexics what it was like to be dyslexic, with words moving on the page. Excellent. On the same topic there is a fabulous … Continue reading

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Nobody laughs at babies because they can’t speak

This is a brilliant quote for Shift by Chip and Dan Heath, followed up with “the brain is like a muscle that can be developed with exercise – with work you get smarter” My belief on change is that anything … Continue reading

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