It's fairly well known that dyslexia is a chronic problem with reading, and a fairly common one afflicting a large portion of the population. But do you want to get the basics of dyslexia and what it means to live with it? This slideshow summarizes many of the most important facts and statistics about dyslexia. The video not only includes information about the basic symptoms, but also how to recognize dyslexia in young students. 

While there are many difficulties involved with the disorder, dyslexia can be viewed positively as creating people who are highly creative, multidimensional thinkers, and excel at hands-on learning. They are usually good in arts, design, computing, and lateral thinking. The video even simulates what it's like to read as a dyslexic person, and outlines tips, tricks and things to keep in mind for teachers and caretakers of dyslexic children to help them succeed.

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"Dyslexics have many strengths: oral skills, comprehension, good visual/spatial awareness, and artistic abilities. More and more dyslexic children can become talented members of our schools if we work not only with their specific areas of difficulty but also with their areas of strength." - Conner Busby

Key Takeaways:

Dyslexia is a chronic problem with reading, and a common learning difficulty affecting a large percentage of the population.
Dyslexia can be viewed positively as people who are highly creative, multidimensional thinkers, and excel at hands-on learning.
It is a class teacher's responsibility to provide an atmosphere conducive to learning especially for those with learning disabilities.


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