Educators/Teachers

  • This story was submitted to us by a dyslexic teacher/tutor of dyslexic children.
  • Teachers play a vital role in recognizing if a student is showing signs of a learning impairment. They can accommodate for a child’s learning disability in a variety of ways- providing additional worksheets, introducing a topic through a different angle, and other supplementary material.
  • Collin Corkum: Dyslexia Breakthrough
    A 95-year-old former teacher talks about how he continues to help dyslexics succeed.
  • A young woman discusses her dyslexia and how it has not stopped her from writing.
  • Nina G.
    Usually, it's not polite to laugh at someone with a learning disability. But in the case of Nina G., she wants you to laugh.
  • Grandchild to the queen of England, Princess Beatrice has spent much of her adult life working with organizations that focus on childhood education and support for learning difficulties such as dyslexia, a learning disability she was diagnosed with at age seven.
  • Former teacher Sonya Bridges is using the lessons she learned from battling with her own dyslexia to help fight against the illiteracy that plagues society today.