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Dr. J. Richard Gentry, Dyslexia Expert and the “Guru of Spelling,” joins us on the podcast today to discuss dyslexia. Dyslexia is a specific learning disability, neurobiological in origin. It's the #1 reading disability that manifests itself in a continuum. People with dyslexia have difficulty in accurate fluent reading, spelling, and decoding abilities. Dr. Gentry shares his personal story of overcoming dyslexia, how dyslexia affects people, and how teachers can help students with dyslexia in the classroom. ResourcesDr. J. Richard Gentry's Psychology Today Blog: Raising Readers, Writers, and Spellers Dyslexia Resources from Richard's Psychology Today Blog: 7 Ways to Accommodate People with Dyslexia in the Classroom Recognizing Dyslexia May Prevent Low Self-Esteem and AnxietyEducators Can Help Young Children Diagnosed with Dyslexia A Guide to Early Markers of DyslexiaThese resources from the International Dyslexia Association are helpful to spread the word on social media about October as Dyslexia Awareness Month! Susan Barton Connect with us!Facebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Visit our website to sign up to stay connected with Melissa and Lori. Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum.
Join us as we make a fantastical version of Edgar Allan Poe for the D&D Epic History event during Everyone Games 2022. He's already dead IRL, so it's okay that we've taken some artistic liberty. Everyone-Games: The 2022 online event is September 30 and October 1, events running from 7 AM to 10 PM eastern both days. All events are being streamed on Twitch. Watch Alex play D&D Epic History on September 30 from 7 AM to 10 AM eastern. Watch us join Jacob Wood on a panel about representation in gaming on September 30 from 6 PM to 7 PM eastern. Watch us play Neo-Triassic Shoreline Regression Syndrome October 1 from 7 AM to 10 AM eastern. Full schedule. The fundraiser benefits Everyone Can UK and Stack Up US. For more information, please check out our website. Email: acoupleofcharacterspod at gmail dot com. Twitter, Instagram, Patreon: ACoCPodcast. Bookshop dot org storefront and gift cards. Use code CHOOSEINDIE on Libro.fm to receive a free audiobook when you purchase a subscription. Episode notes: Transcript. Edgar Allan Poe character sheet. Dyslexia friendly versions: Transcript. Edgar Allan Poe character sheet. Links to our homebrew Ancestry Options can be found on our homebrew page. For a list of books mentioned this episode, check out website. Mentioned episodes: Marie Curie. Jacob Wood. April (Witch). Dungeons & Dragon Types: Website. Twitter. Cover art: Copyright Chandra Reyer 2019.
https://cintrondyslexiahelp.com/og-protocols-3264-1588 https://bit.ly/3K8UlDxWhat are the best career options for a person with Dyslexia? Congratulations! Your child has successfully entered the tenth grade. As a parent, now is the time to talk to your child about their interests in terms of a career and begin preparing for their future in college or university. Tenth grade is the opportune time to begin volunteering and get involved in community service if your child has yet to. Listen on! Dr. Marianne Cintron is a Doctor of Education in Leadership and Administration, has a Masters in General Education and one in Special Education, and has two California Teaching Credentials. She is a Dyslexia Specialist, President of Step By Step Dyslexia Solutions, and an International Teacher Trainer. She has twenty years of experience in Education, ten years as a Classroom Teacher, is an Author, App Developer, Curriculum Writer, and Speaker, Virtual Teacher Trainer, and Speaker.https://youtu.be/IMbXm4pJqbk~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~She is a Board for FAB (Film Advisory Board) with President Michael Conley. She actively serves in a second term as a board member for the International Dyslexia Association. In 2021, Dr. Marianne earned several awards: Social Impact Award Finalist - Lady in Blue, Lifetime Legacy Award Nominee - National Women of Influence, 100 Women Global Award - CD Wilson Events, and Certificates of Recognition from the California State Assembly, the California State Senate, and the County of Riverside. She hosts 3YouTube Channels, 3 Podcast Channels and has hosted educational webinars over the past two years. She is a speaker and author of seven books. Dyslexia Book Titles:Prisms of Brilliance: Closing the Achievement Gap and Stopping the School to Prison Pipeline. A Message of Hope: How Music Enhances Reading for Dyslexic ChildrenDyslexia – A Trait of Genius: Unlocking the Genius of Your Dyslexic Child's MindCurriculum:Dr. Cintron has training videos for two levels of her Step By Step Reading. Both come with digital files for online tutoring and training as well as hard copies are sent in the USA.Connect with Dr. Cintron 626-629-3024 or firstname.lastname@example.org Landing Page for Scheduling and Subscribing You Tubehttps://bit.ly/3qXAbo7You Tube Link to Dyslexia Solutions https://bit.ly/314YLGjPodcast - Link to Dyslexia Solutionshttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/podcast/Amazon Store Trait of Genius https://amzn.to/33kVxCUPrisms of Brilliance https://amzn.to/3uO4zDAA Message of Hope https://amzn.to/3GI4wLNSocial Media – Linked In - https://bit.ly/3LsPRIchttps://www.facebook.com/mpcintronhttps://twitter.com/mpcintron16https://www.instagram.com/mpcintron/#Dyslexia #Marianne Cintron #Studentswithdyslexiahttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/https://cintrondyslexiahelp.com/og-protocols-3264-1588Support the show
Hybrids & The New Human. Are we changing as a species? The New Human, how is this connected to labels such as ADHD, Asperger's, Dyslexia, forms of Autism? Dysfunction or something remarkable? How are such labels connected to Encounters with Non-Human Intelligences? Why do some individuals identify specifically as human hybrids? A former flight attendant shares her story what she understands of her hybrid family. How is this connected the awakening of multidimensional awareness within? A Cosmic agenda? The New generations of human is this you? Activation: What is hidden in dormant DNA? A key to who and what we are? How is this dormant DNA activated? What is the significance of the manifestation of' light language,' extraterrestrial art, scripts, symbols, and music that are expressed after Contact with Non-Human Intelligence? Why do so many experiences a ‘shift' in consciousness exposed to such unusual Expressions? A ‘key' to ‘activation? This workshop contains images, scripts, music and ET art that can impact on the observer. A workshop for those ready to hear see and experience frequencies which can activate those who are ready. Are you? Presentation from the 2021 Ozark Mountain UFO Conference.FOLLOW US ON:Facebook: https://goo.gl/rwvBfwInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ozarkmtpubTwitter: https://goo.gl/LunK5DWebsite: https://goo.gl/2d5cX4ASSOCIATED LINKS:Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.: https://goo.gl/xhgoAPQuantum Healing Hypnosis Academy: https://goo.gl/64G7RD
In today's episode, we're talking to Diane Douglas about Written Expression and Dyslexia. Diane is an SLP here at RLLC. While everyone at the clinic specializes in dyslexia, Diane also specializes in writing therapy. Today you will learn: What written expression is Why it's so hard for students to get started with writing assignments The connection between language and written expression How dyslexia can affect a student's written expression How writing is taught, especially to a student with dyslexia Some helpful strategies for parents to help their children edit their work Links and Resources: Diane's Bio: https://www.readingllcenter.com/person/diane-douglas/ ASHA's definition of written language disorders: https://www.asha.org/practice-portal/clinical-topics/written-language-disorders/ Understood.com's definition of written language disorders: https://www.understood.org/articles/en/what-is-written-expression-disorder Symptoms of a written expression disorder: https://www.understood.org/en/articles/expressive-language-disorder-symptoms?_sp=bbf1096c-6716-410a-b4e4-d82b2061d0fb.1663866026806 Ways to encourage writing: https://www.understood.org/en/articles/7-great-ways-to-encourage-your-grade-schoolers-writing?_sp=bbf1096c-6716-410a-b4e4-d82b2061d0fb.1663866086865 Reading Rockets “Developing Writing and Spelling at Home”: https://www.readingrockets.org/article/developing-writing-and-spelling-home Parent toolkit to help with writing: http://www.ldonline.org/article/Tool_Kit_for_Parents%3A_Tips_for_Helping_With_Writing_Tasks Understanding Dysgraphia: https://dyslexiaida.org/understanding-dysgraphia-2/ Make sure to subscribe and follow us on social media so you never miss an episode! Website: http://www.readingllcenter.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/readingllcenter Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/readingllcenter Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWlbl8Ea8DJFADaNU9ZK1Vw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-reading-and-language-learning-center
I get asked a lot about going for a promotion. The fear, worry and uncertainty it brings. Our dyslexic minds run off down rabbit holes. In this pod I share a few thoughts to get you thinking in a more positive way!
Luke Kolpin is a chef with dyslexia. He's cooked in high-pressure environments, from Top Chef to the critically acclaimed Noma in Copenhagen. Luke didn't have the best relationship with school when he was first diagnosed with dyslexia. After high school, he started taking community college courses. But he still wondered what he really wanted to do. That's when his best friend suggested culinary school. After all, Luke's nickname was Lunchbox when he was a kid. Culinary school changed Luke's world. He excelled in the hands-on work — but he also had to get past the academics. A teacher who recognized his skill set made all the difference. In this week's episode of How'd You Get THAT Job?!, Luke shares how he handles challenges that bring up old anxieties — and that asking for help is OK. To find a transcript for this episode and more resources, visit the episode page at Understood. We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at email@example.com. Understood.org is a resource dedicated to shaping the world so the 70 million people with learning and thinking differences in the U.S. can thrive. Learn more about How'd You Get THAT Job?! and all our podcasts at u.org/podcasts. Copyright © 2022 Understood for All, Inc. All rights reserved.
Made By Dyslexia founder Kate Griggs is calling for all teachers to be trained in dyslexic thinking.She believes dyslexia is a superpower, stemming from an innate source of creativity and big picture thinking - and that our future workforces need these strengths far more than the rote learning that takes place in schools.In this episode Kate shares how to spot the signs that your child might be dyslexic and what we can do as parents to help nurture their brilliance if they are.You can find out more about Kate's campaign in her books on the Made By Dyslexia Youtube channel and gets lots of advice on her website madebydyslexia.orgThe Brummie Mummies podcast is a Laudable production brought to you by Brummie Mummies and Birmingham Live. Hosted by Zoe ChamberlainProduced and edited by Matt Millard
As a parent, a dyslexia diagnosis for your child can seem overwhelming. You want to help but you don't even know where to begin to get the help you need Welcome to Episode 17 of Dyslexia Devoted where I'll give you a starting place for some questions you may want to ask a potential dyslexia tutor or specialist. We'll be talking about the location, the cost of services and everything in between. As an added bonus, I created a FREE PDF guide you can download to help you plan your questions with a potential dyslexia specialist or tutor. Topics Discussed: Experience Dyslexia Training and Certification Nitty Gritty Details Progress Check In Plan Connect with Lisa Parnello: Follow on Instagram @ParnelloEducation Facebook.com/ParnelloEducation Dyslexia Devoted Facebook Group Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Conversations with Educators Parent Guide Understanding Dyslexia and Structured Reading Online Course International Dyslexia Association Approved Curriculums and Programs --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dyslexiadevoted/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dyslexiadevoted/support
My podcast guest this week is the author of a very touching memoir called:- I'm Sober…So Now What?: A Journey of Hope and Healing by Melissa Witherspoon That's an excellent question and there's definitely quite a difficult stage that we reach when we are in early sobriety… For many of us it's a bit of a void – a kind of flatness when we suffer from anhedonia – we haven't found our Sober Feet yet and we are certainly not thriving and enjoying our sobriety Our old routines are messed up, our drinking buddies are keeping their distance and we are not entirely sure what to do with ourselves.. That's why we aim to take people on a 7 stage journey here at Tribe Sober – because there is so much more to recovery than “not drinking” We help people to ditch the booze and then introduce them to yoga, coaching, meditation, art therapy so they can explore and start to build their alcohol free lives – a life they won't want to escape from. Melissa Witherspoon calls her memoir a journey of hope and healing and it really is.. Anyone who has been struggling for years will take hope from this book – Melissa spent decades struggling with alcohol – in and out of rehab – getting sober and then relapsing – but it finally stuck.. In this Episode Melissa came from a happy home but struggled at school. Suffering from Attention Deficit and Dyslexia when neither condition was really acknowledged meant that either her teachers or her classmates were giving her a hard time She never really found a friendship group at school – not until she got to High School when she finally found “her people” Trouble was her new friends were mostly boys and a bit older than her – and they were using drugs and alcohol – but she was happy - she finally felt that she was “fitting in”.. She was so influenced by this group that she left home and turned her back on everything she knew Melissa found herself living with a bunch drug dealers in what she describes as a “den of inequity” She felt so free and grown up – she could come and go as she pleased and had access to the drugs and alcohol she wanted – she loved it! However things got quite “dark” and Melissa was rescued during a police raid! In one way this was a relief but her mum was in denial about what had been happening and Melissa was just expected to slot back in to “normal” life…without any help She was full of shame and guilt and finally managed to get some counselling at the age of 21 but she wasn't open with her counsellors so ended up carrying her shame and guilt into her 20's and 30's She coped with the pain by drinking and using drugs – and for two decades she was in and out of rehabs, making poor decisions and then dealing with the consequences For some periods she managed to keep up an external façade that she was coping but inside she felt she was falling "down the rabbit hole" Melissa went to one rehab to help her come off alcohol and Xanax – when she left they gave her a bag of pills– pills she subsequently used in a suicide attempt Her life was only saved when her husband came home unexpectedly Back in rehab she remembers how irritated she was with the “one day at a time” mantra – she couldn't even get the schedule for the following day as she was told to just focus on today.. With perspective she now appreciates how it can work and even today she finds herself saying “one day at a time Melissa” if she feels anxious or stressed – a good habit for all us I think Another mantra she's learned to love is “progress not perfection” We use that a lot here at Tribe Sober – we're currently running our annual 66 day challenge and many people are daunted by the thought of 66 sober days – but we give them a tracker and tell them to mark their Sober Stretches – how many stretches can they do? Are they getting longer? How many alcohol free days did they manage out of 66 – that's progress not perfection While we are at it lets look at some more Sober Cliches that actually help – how about “this too shall pass” – whether we are reflecting on a tough day resisting the triggers or being hit by one of those “lows” that we feel even when we are sober - "this too shall pass" can help to soothe us Another one is “one is too many and a thousand isn't enough” – that's one to remember if you've been sober for a few months and think “ok I'm fine now – I can have just one” – well spoiler alert – you probably can't! Finally how about “there is no problem that alcohol won't make worse” - if we've been using alcohol as a coping mechanism for years it can be SO difficult not to start drinking again if we get some bad news… but of course the problem will still be there – along with a crashing hangover when we sober up.. These sayings might be clichéd, but they have been really helpful to many of us here at Tribe Sober. I hope that they'll be just as helpful for you. If anyone has any favorite sobriety sayings, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll read them out on the podcast Melissa was always worried about becoming a “Dry Drunk” – that happens when you get sober but you don't "do the work", you don't change your life There is so much more to recovery than “not drinking” and that's the journey we take you on at Tribe Sober – apart from introducing you to various therapies and offering you coaching we welcome you to our community where many people are already sober and will inspire you with the creativity and connections they have discovered so they can thrive in their sobriety – not just get through it like a Dry Drunk does.. To join our community just go to tribesober.com and hit “join our tribe” Melissa's husband is in logistics and loves spreadsheets – so he created a spreadsheet of activities and timings to make sure that Melissa kept very busy in early sobriety – and it worked! This is a definite technique that works for many people – we have to keep our mind occupied so we don't end up thinking about drinking! Have a listen to Tribe Sober episode 105 with Jeff Graham who explains exactly how this technique worked for him Apart from loving sobriety cliches I'm very keen on analogies and Melissa talked about the “family in recovery” being like a boat People get used to their roles and if one of them changes the whole boat needs rebalancing – for example Melissa's husband got upset when she was no longer relying on the schedule he had set up for her – she was getting better and no longer needed rescuing This is linked to co-dependency – and the whole family may need counselling if these patterns have been fixed for years From her experiences Melissa has observed that there are 3 stages of relapse Stage 1 is emotional relapse – not even thinking about drinking yet but observing the triggers that seem to be getting more frequent Stay in Stage 1 long enough without taking action and you may move to Stage 2 which is the mental relapse when you start to feel uncomfortable in your skin – and skip activities like connecting with your sober tribe and sticking to your exercise routine – all things that relieve triggers Stay in Stage 2 long enough and you may move to Stage 3 which is physical relapse when you are back in active addiction The advantage of knowing about these 3 stages are that you can keep your radar sharp for Relapse Warning Signs – all different for different people but you need to be able to pick up if you are feeling a bit “off” as Melissa puts it – keeping a journal is a great way of monitoring your emotions For Melissa it shows up in a lack of self care – if she starts neglecting things like her hair washing routine she will see it as a warning sign and tune in to what's going on.. You can find plenty more of advice and insight in her book which is available on Amazon The book is called I'm Sober…So Now What?: A Journey of Hope and Healing by Melissa Witherspoon More Info Subscription membership – you can join up HERE. To access our website, click HERE. If you would like a free copy of our “Annual Tracker” or our e-book 66 Days to Sobriety, please email email@example.com. If you would like to come to our Saturday afternoon Zoom Cafe as a guest and meet our community, just email firstname.lastname@example.org. Episode Sponsor This episode is sponsored by the Tribe Sober Membership Program. If you want to change your relationship with alcohol then sign up today Read more about our program and subscribe HERE Help us to Spread the Word! We made this podcast so that we can reach more people who need our help. Please subscribe and share. If you enjoyed the podcast, then please leave us a 5-star review on Apple podcasts. 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Dyslexia as a superpower? We've heard of wilder things. In this episode, Ashley Krejci Shaw, a business consultant and researcher, shares how she learned to overcome seeing her dyslexia as a disability or weakness, tapping into her superpower. Hear as she explains how she turned it into her strength. This Caught Our Attention: People are big mad because John Boyega said he preferred to date Black women in an interview on The Breakfast Club. #TAT Question: Will you continue to share your location on social media? About Ashley Krejci Shaw Ashley Krejci Shaw is a researcher, consultant, author and podcast host. She's also the founder of InterMediate Planning, a mindful consultancy that helps leaders find better, more ethical, non-discriminately ways of doing things for the vulnerable and misunderstood. The U.S. born Canadian advocate has worked with corporate partners such as Embassy Suites Hotels, popular nonprofits like United Way and other reputable brands. As an author, her works can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The peer-reviewed scholar has published nearly 10 case studies and reveals dyslexia as her superpowe Theories and Thoughts Podcast airs EVERY Tuesday on SwagHer's FB Live at 7 pm CST. Don't forget to follow on Instagram at @theoriesandthoughtsbrand. Connect w/ the Hostesses: Arnya T.M. Davis IG: @ladi.ceo FB: @LadiCEO Twitter: @Im_a_ladiceo YouTube: LadiCEO Media Website: www.ladiceo.com IG: @mzthangzboutique Francheska “Fancy” Felder IG: @fancyswagher FB: @fancythegogetta Twitter: @FancySwagHer SwagHer Magazine Website: http://swagher.net --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
https://bit.ly/3K8UlDx Why We Use Plastic Letters to Teach Phonics Students, young and older love the multisensory approach of thecolors and handling the plastic letters! We use them after we teach phonogram cards, and after we usesound circles. Then we have the students spell out the letters and we use thespelling lists in our reading program. There are 28 spelling exercises!You must try the app CDSM on IOS and Android.https://youtu.be/mMERd77HGAI Reach out to me today for my curriculum and for assessments!About Dr. MarianneDr. Marianne Cintron earned her Doctorate in Education Leadershipand Administration. She founded a nonprofit, Step By Step Dyslexia Solutions in2018 and started the affiliate Cintron Orton - Gillingham Reading Institute inAugust 2022.She has recently been invited to sit on the Board for FAB (FilmAdvisory Board) with President Michael Conley. She actively serves in a secondterm as board member for the International Dyslexia Association. In 2021, Dr. Marianne earned several awards: Social Impact Award Finalist - Lady in Blue, LifetimeLegacy Award Nominee - National Women of Influence, 100 Women Global Award - CDWilson Events, and Certificates of Recognition from the California StateAssembly, the California State Senate, and the County of Riverside. She hosts three You Tube Channels, three PodcastChannels and has hosted educational webinars over the past two years. She is aspeaker and author of seven books. Dyslexia Book Titles:Prisms of Brilliance: Closing the Achievement Gap and Stopping theSchool to Prison Pipeline. A Message of Hope: How Music Enhances Readingfor Dyslexic ChildrenDyslexia – A Trait of Genius: Unlocking the Genius of Your DyslexicChild's MindCurriculum:Dr. Cintron has training videos for two levels ofher Step By Step Reading. Both come with digital files for online tutoring andtraining as well as hard copies are sent in the USA.Dyslexia Solutions: Dr. Cintron has over 166 YouTube and Podcasts episodes where she interviews dyslexic adults and adults withdyslexic children. She also provides Orton Gillingham training in these videosand podcasts. Her Podcasts have over 7000 downloads in only 1-1/2 years.Connect with Dr. Cintron 626-629-3024 or email@example.comLanding Page for Scheduling and Subscribing You Tubehttps://bit.ly/3qXAbo7You Tube Link toDyslexia Solutions https://bit.ly/314YLGjPodcast - Link to Dyslexia SolutionsAmazon Store Trait of Genius https://amzn.to/33kVxCUPrisms of Brilliance https://amzn.to/3uO4zDAA Message of Hope https://amzn.to/3GI4wLNSocial Media – Linked In - https://bit.ly/3LsPRIchttps://www.facebook.com/mpcintronhttps://twitter.com/mpcintron16https://www.instagram.com/mpcintron/#Dyslexia #MarianneCintron #Studentswithdyslexiahttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/Support the show
Across Africa, if you ask people how they plan to improve the lives of their children, the answer is often ‘through education'. But what about if the school system isn't set up for how their brain works? We now know that dyslexic brains work differently to those of other people – with more activity in the frontal lobe and less in other areas. This means people with the condition can struggle with reading, writing, spelling and memory. They can be punished for not trying and for perceived laziness. But in reality, it isn't a choice and doesn't mean they lack intelligence – and they are actually better in some areas, like thinking visually. So in today's Africa Daily, Alan Kasujja (@kasujja) speaks to Philip Ogola (@PhilipOgola) who was diagnosed with dyslexia as an adult and is now campaigning for better understanding - and to Phyllis Munyi-Kariuki, the Director of Dyslexia Organisation-Kenya and asks: how can people with dyslexia be better supported?
Chantal was diagnosed at a young age with both dyslexia and Irlen Syndrome. She takes us through her journey from her education to the workplace, In each milestone, she describes her challenges and the hurdles she had to overcome. In particular how the workplace, from her experience, is rigid to understanding and adapting to Neurodiverse Talent__________________________________Connect with Chantal and get your customer notebook Socolo__________________________________Where you can find me:Website: https://www.josephkmuscat.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JosephKMuscatConsultingLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/joseph-k-muscat-consultinigTwitter: https://twitter.com/JosephKMuscatYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCa7X1BiEAyMa74Ijp58v0wSocial Media Groups:LinkedIn GroupFacebook GroupSupport the showSupport the showSupport the show
Use code SLPPODCAST to get 25% off registration! Register NowThis episode is a little different than our other episodes. This episode is part of an online, digital podcast conference, or “podference” if you will, called SLP LIVE that took place on September 17th, 2022. If you'd like to earn ASHA CEUs for this episode you can use this link or go to www.slp-live.com to register for the conference. Handouts, a digital exhibit hall, conference playbook, and private conference community is also available to all registered conference participants. Episode Description: In this session, we discuss the prevalence of dyslexia and the role of speech language pathologists in dyslexia evaluation and intervention. We also discuss best practices for dyslexia evaluation and treatment.A rope image was discussed during this episode. You can find that image here: https://dyslexiaida.org/scarboroughs-reading-rope-a-groundbreaking-infographic/References:nternational Dyslexia Association (2019). IDA Dyslexia Handbook: What Every Family Should Know https://app.box.com/s/8ucxzz2u5wq2wezqoaqgrltn532z97bzCatts, H., Fey, M., Zhang, X., Tomblin, J. (2001) Estimating the Risk of Future Reading Difficulties in Kindergarten Children: A Research-Based Model and Its Clinical Implementation. Language Speech and Hearing Services in SchoolsGaab, N. and Petscher, Y. (2022). Screening for Early Literacy Milestones and Reading Disabilities The Why, When, Whom, How and Where. Perspectives on Language and Literacy. Hernandez, D. J. (2011). Double jeopardy: How third-grade reading skills and pover- ty influence high school graduation. Annie E. Casey Foundation. National Center for Education Statistics. (2019). National Assessment of Educational Progress: An overview of NAEP. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education. https:// nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/ Scarborough, H. S. (2001). Connecting early language and literacy to later reading (dis)abilities: Evidence, theory, and practice. In S. Neuman & D. Dickinson (Eds.), Handbook for research in early literacy (pp. 97–110). New York, NY: Guilford PressShaywitz BA, Shaywitz SE, Blachman BA, Pugh KR, Fulbright RK, Skudlarski P, Mencl WE, Constable RT, Holahan JM, Marchione KE, Fletcher JM, Lyon GR, Gore JC. Development of left occipitotemporal systems for skilled reading in children after a phonologically- based intervention. Biol Psychiatry. 2004 May 1;55(9):926-33. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2003.12.019. PMID: 15110736.
Host Kevin Patton revisits the concept of using the syllabus and other course documents to build a positive and productive course culture. Poop—it's everywhere! Does the font or typeface we use affect students—especially regarding learning and memory? We look for answers in this episode! 00:00 | Introduction 00:52 | Revisiting the Syllabus 16:28 | Poop. Poop. Poop. 19:00 | Sponsored by AAA 19:59 | Fonts Are Important in Teaching & Learning 30:54 | Sponsored by HAPI 31:57 | Desirably Difficult Reading? 42:00 | Sponsored by HAPS 43:00 | Fluent & Dysfluent Fonts 56:12 | Staying Connected ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-123.html
NeuroDivergent masking is when a NeuroDivergent Person, either consciously or subconsciously, camouflages, or masks, their divergent traits in order to blend in or to appear NeuroTypical. Now, when we talk about masking for NeuroDivergent People, whether that's Autistic People, ADHD, Dyslexia, any other neurodevelopmental difference, it's important to understand that this camouflaging, this blending in, this masking, is something that many of us do in self-defense. It can be a subconscious thing. Some of us are not even aware we are doing it. It's something we do for safety and self-preservation. It's a survival skill that can be harmful to those of us who adapt this survival skill. However, being able to blend in, and being able to be invisible, in a society that can be unfriendly, and even hostile, to those whose minds work differently, is something that we do to be safe. It's not intended to be a manipulative or deceptive bait and switch. The thing about masking, as a NeuroDivergent Person is: I learned to mask, even though I didn't know, I was NeuroDivergent. I learned to mask, even though I wasn't in any formal NeuroDivergent Conversion Therapy type of a program. I learned to mask, because not having an autism diagnosis and a label growing up, meant a lot of the Autistic struggles I had were labeled as behavioral problems and punished. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://neurodivergentrebel.com/2022/09/14/autistic-and-neurodivergent-masking-unmasking-and-burnout/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neurodivergentrebel/support
Welcome! If you are a parent or guardian of a child with an IEP and want to find a way to advocate that is balanced and doesn't involve a lot of conflict, you are in the right place!! Subscribe to this podcast to get insider information about the school culture and IEP process to get your child a supportive and effective IEP! The IEP Lab offers: The IEP 101 Parent Workbook Decoding IEP Data Workshop The Parent IEP Advocacy Summit and The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course! OR find all the information in one place at: www.TheIEPLab.com Email: Hello@TheIEPLab.com
In this episode, Darius and Erica share thoughts on the online, video-communications tool, Zoom. The discussion focuses on how Zoom can be used to support and assist our executive functioning. Discussion: - Visual features: background blurring, visual composition, gallery vs individual view - Auditory features: sound quality, headphone - Tools: annotations, breakouts, whiteboard, screen share, remote control, recording, chat Links: - Zoom: https://zoom.us/ - BulletMap Academy: https://bulletmapacademy.com/ - Learning Specialist Courses:https://www.learningspecialistcourses.com/ - Executive functions and Study Skills Course: https://www.learningspecialistcourses.com/courses/teaching-EF-and-study-strategies - Good Sensory Learning: https://goodsensorylearning.com/ - “Teaching Walk Thrus” by Oliver Caviglioli and Tom Sherrington - Working Memory: https://tinyurl.com/mr4axkbk - Dyslexia at Work: www.dyslexiawork.com - Freeform:https://tinyurl.com/59w6rty6 - Method of Loci: https://tinyurl.com/2p8zcftn - Emotional Regulation: https://tinyurl.com/328te7f9 - Logitech Camera: https://www.logitech.com/en-ph/products/webcams.html - Zoom Features: https://tinyurl.com/2stbcpkt - Five love languages: https://tinyurl.com/4z4eh7cm Brought to you by - www.goodsensorylearning.com - www.learningspecialistcourses.com - www.bulletmapacademy.com
From recovering from a life threatening injury, to becoming a rocket scientist, to summiting Mount Everest, Meghan Buchanan credits her dyslexia for the grit she's developed. Learn more about Meghan's story of perseverance, her goal of completing the Explorer's Grand Slam, and how she's climbing to raise awareness for learning disabilities. Follow Meghan's journey on Instagram @ggritWatch the video of this interview at: https://bit.ly/LDAGGRIT
Links: Website: www.AaronLeBauer.com Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/in/aaronlebauer Facebook: https://facebook.com/aaronlebauer Twitter: @aaronlebauer Instagram: @aaronlebauerYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/aaronlebauer Dr. Aaron LeBauer is the host of The CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast, author of The CashPT Blueprint, International Speaker, and has helped thousands of passionate physical therapists scale their time, income and impact without relying on insurance.He is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Massage Therapist, and Baptiste Inspired Yoga Teacher. He owns LeBauer Physical Therapy, a 100% cash-based physical therapy practice in Greensboro, NC with his wife Andra. He started his practice so he could treat patients as unique individuals without the influence of insurance reimbursement. He has inspired thousands of others to do the same, even when physicians, professors, and other physical therapists have thought that it's a crazy idea, unethical or will simply not work.Dr. LeBauer is on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery by helping other passionate therapists succeed in business and learn how to market directly to patients
PJ talks to Una Buckley, Blossom4Life, about the link between back to school and dyslexia awareness and they look forward to October which is dyslexia awareness month. Free Webinar Sep 20th https://blossom4life.com/product/neurodiversity-and-empowerment-webinar Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
https://bit.ly/3K8UlDxHow to Unlock the Genius Mind of the Dyslexic Child – Presentation with PGI Leadership ConferenceI was privileged to speak at the Promise Governance Institute – Leaders Networking Conference 2022 with Pastors Drs. Mike and Adelle McKinney. Eric Giorgio is the Vice President of PGI. I was invited to speak last year the Theme was Integrity, and this year I was asked to return with the Theme being Metanoia – meaning repent and change. All the speakers were amazing. I wanted to share my presentation here because I believe it will inspire you. The other speakers will be available with Promise Governance Institute.In this presentation, I share many facts. They are documented in the Anthology that is being created from the conference. I discuss science, I share testimonies, and I share historical events. Did you know we weren't born with the reading brain like we were to see and hear? However, God has given us the brain parts to all work together to develop the reading brain. I share about the science of Dr. Roger Sperry and why his science is so specific to how we teach reading with my reading program. We play classical music in the left ear and play spelling exercises in the right ear as one part of our reading program. Then I share the statistics. People want to see the science, but folks have a hard time listening to this scientific data! I wrote a book on it!https://youtu.be/GR2j5zGr3CQDr. Marianne Cintron earned her Doctorate in Education Leadership and Administration. She founded a nonprofit, Step By Step Dyslexia Solutions in 2018 and started the affiliate Cintron Orton - Gillingham Reading Institute in August 2022.She has on the Board for FAB (Film Advisory Board) with President Michael Conley. She actively serves in a second term as board member for the International Dyslexia Association. In 2021, Dr. Marianne earned several awards: Social Impact Award Finalist - Lady in Blue, Lifetime Legacy Award Nominee - National Women of Influence, 100 Women Global Award - CD Wilson Events, and Certificates of Recognition from the California State Assembly, the California State Senate, and the County of Riverside. She hosts three YouTube Channels, and three Podcast Channels and has hosted educational webinars over the past two years. She is a speaker and author of seven books. Connect with Dr. Cintron 626-629-3024 or firstname.lastname@example.org Landing Page for Scheduling and Subscribing You Tubehttps://bit.ly/3qXAbo7You Tube Link to Dyslexia Solutions https://bit.ly/314YLGjPodcast - Link to Dyslexia Solutionshttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/podcast/ Amazon Store Trait of Genius https://amzn.to/33kVxCUPrisms of Brilliance https://amzn.to/3uO4zDAA Message of Hope https://amzn.to/3GI4wLN Social Media – Linked In - https://bit.ly/3LsPRIchttps://www.facebook.com/mpcintronhttps://twitter.com/mpcintron16https://www.instagram.com/mpcintron/ #Dyslexia #Marianne Cintron #Studentswithdyslexiahttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/Support the show
Founder of My Baba Leo Bamford welcomes Julia Martin, CEO of ISEB, The Independent Schools Examinations Board to the show to ask her questions on the ISEB Common Pre-Test. "Having been through the ISEB Common Pre-Test with one of my children, it is still a bit of a minefield, so I called on CEO Julia Martin to answer some pretty tough questions. I hope you find it interesting, please do check out all the show notes if you have a child going through the Pre-Test." Email us at email@example.com Follow us on Instagram @mybabainsta and @mybabagram Show notes Here is the GETTING STARTED VIDEO for guardians. This tells you how to create an applicant (child) account and gain access to the system. It's really useful and it's only five minutes. There is also a great series of articles online covering absolutely every question we've ever been asked or anticipated being asked! We have a whole support portal, which can be searched for any query at all! It's great (the video is on there too) and there are articles that cover everything. At last count, we had over 140 different support articles on there for parents and we're growing that all the time. If you're really struggling, you can submit a ticket on there. Lastly on our families hub we're posting up new resources, lessons and revision plans to support these new tests and also to be mindful that tests can be stressful for both parents and children. We are about to launch a range of articles that are specifically aimed at reducing exam stress and we've teamed up with a leading neuroscientist to do this. We're also going to provide schools and families with a range of ideas that can support responsible preparation for the test. If you're feeling confident and want to go straight to the guardian portal or just double-check that you registered in the right place: here is that link directly too! Just click on create and account, but watch that video first. It's intuitive and self-explanatory but, always good to see what you're doing! What is My Baba? My Baba provides the daily scoop on family, food and lifestyle - we're not just experts at all things parenting. Visit mybaba.com The Content on this podcast is provided by My Baba and represents our sole opinions and views. For more information on our terms and conditions please refer to the website: https://www.mybaba.com/terms-conditions/
We're joined this week by Jacob Wood (he/him), the owner of Accessible Games, to discuss his new TTRPG Survival of the Able and create a character for the game. For more information, please check out our website. Email: acoupleofcharacterspod at gmail dot com. Twitter, Instagram, Patreon: ACoCPodcast. Bookshop dot org storefront and gift cards. Use code CHOOSEINDIE on Libro.fm to receive a free audiobook when you purchase a subscription. Episode notes: Transcript. Maria Catherine character sheet. Maria Catherine character sheet, screen reader accessible. Dyslexia friendly versions: Transcript. Maria Catherine character sheet. Links to our homebrew Ancestry Options can be found on our homebrew page. Jacob Wood: Accessible Games website. Twitter. Get your own copy of Survival of the Able. Everyone-Games: The 2022 online event is September 30 and October 1, events running from 7 AM to 10 PM eastern both days. All events are being streamed on Twitch. Watch Jacob play Survival of the Able on September 30 from 7 PM to 10 PM eastern. Watch us join Jacob on a panel about representation in gaming on September 30 from 6 PM to 7 PM eastern. Full schedule. The fundraiser benefits Everyone Can UK and Stack Up US. Accessibility in Gaming: Jacob Wood's Accessible Guide to RPG Layout. Accessible Gaming Quarterly Year 1. Accessible Gaming Quarterly Year 2. Todd Crapper of Broken Ruler Games - pdf layout. Robot Claw Games - audiobook version of rules. Elsa Henry - essay on disability representation. Dungeons & Dragon Types: Website. Twitter. Cover art: Copyright Chandra Reyer 2019.
Do you have a child with Dyslexia? Maybe you're a teacher that teaches kids with dyslexia? You won't want to miss this episode tomorrow. Join me and my special guest Amy Tompkins as we talk about how to support your child with dyslexia. Without the proper support and education, dyslexia can often leave eager students feeling self-conscious and inadequate. You can overcome the struggles and as parents, you play the big part! How parents can embrace the differences and remove other people's expectations / judgement. Please be aware you are witnessing a live-recorded conversation exploring opinions that do not necessarily represent you, global views, and/or scientific approaches. These are just conversations of opinions through personal experiences, challenges, and studies. Please take what resonates with you, and leave what doesn't. Feel free to share your own opinion, as you might have your own journey and knowledge that will help someone on their personal path. Give Your Kids a Childhood They Won't Need To Heal From DyslexiaHelp: http://dyslexiahelp.umich.edu/tools/informational-websites International Dyslexia Association: https://dyslexiaida.org/ Decoding Dyslexia: https://dyslexiaida.org/decoding-dyslexia/ Dyslexia Training Institute: https://www.dyslexiatraininginstitute.org/ US Department of Education - "Forming a Disability Identity as a Dyslexic" https://sites.ed.gov/osers/2021/10/forming-a-disability-identity-as-a-dyslexic/#more-4688 California Department of Education Dyslexia Guidelines: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/cr/dy/ Follow me on social media Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/veenuinspir... Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/veenuinspires TikTok ▶ https://www.tiktok.com/@veenuinspires Youtube ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_UpSHLAECott7ySN9zczQg
Our guest today opens up about the long and painful journey of fiercely advocating for her son after he started struggling at school. Children's author Sally Rippin is with us to share the story of her son's dyslexia and ADHD, plus what needs to change in the classroom to support our kids more. And after Mel read that you should put your cutlery in the basket handle side DOWN, she grills Jules on her approach to some of life's basic activities (sock, sock, shoe, shoe or sock, shoe, sock, shoe?!)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we have a super duper episode to share with you with a super interesting guest, Vincent Fantauzzo. Vincent is a Melbourne-based Australian portrait artist known for his award winning portraits. He's lived a life with dyslexia but only diagnosed in his 20's and now as an adult and a Father he celebrates his dyslexia as a blessing more than a disability and we loved hearing his perspectives on this. We chatted all about his incredible artistic talent, how dyslexia plays a role in his creativity and life and also Vincent as a Dad. We know you'll enjoy this one! Thanks to our episode sponsor. Activated Nutrients, creators of certified organic daily multivitamin powders that are scientifically formulated to meet the nutritional and energy needs of you and your family. https://activatednutrients.com/ For more information about today's guest's, topics and any brands, business's or products discussed as well as our Auslan interpreted video's head to www.incommonprojects.com.au or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwU0qaDvFSCfoXaApMRqhEg Follow us + join the conversation: Instagram Youtube Facebook More about the show: https://www.incommonprojects.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Your Next Stop, Dr. Jane Tornatore, an author, therapist, speaker, and ADHD/Dyslexia individual, shares her inspiring story of overcoming adversity to become a successful business woman. In this episode, you will learn: The power of storytelling to connect us and make us feel not alone How our experiences shape how we see life The importance of knowing your body and choosing the right medication or treatment option for you. Dr. Jane Tornatore is a brain geek and self-compassion expert based in Seattle, WA. As a psychotherapist, coach, speaker, and author, she works with intelligent, motivated, high-achieving women who are committed to being better people, yet, they never feel better ENOUGH–Women who want to finally like themselves and stop second-guessing their decisions. What separates her from other coaches and therapists is her down to earth, humorous, practical, and SIMPLE approach. Her superpower is seeing what keeps people stuck. And because of this, her clients become aware of the unconscious beliefs that keep them trapped and unsatisfied, so they can choose thoughts and actions that actually work for them rather than making them feel like crap. She received a Master's degree at the University of Illinois, and a PhD at the University of Minnesota. She has authored over 20 articles and published a book—Everything is Perfect, Just Not ME! A Roadmap for Self-Acceptance. Remarkable Quote: “That's one thing I always say to my kids, listen, I want you to do the best that you can, and there's things I expect from you, and there's things that you know what? It's just it is what it is, and we all need to know our strengths and weaknesses, and it's important, and it's okay to have weaknesses. Weaknesses actually make us stronger in certain things.” Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by: Picked Cherries' social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com. Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Relationships & dyslexia. If I heard that in the past I would have a giant sigh. It just seemed super hard, pointless, frustrating and maybe impossible at times. I remember going on Tinder before I found Holly and it was like a video game (which I later found out relationships don't have to be). A close dyslexic friend of mine has just started back up on the app so I wanted to do a podcast about my experiences to help him on his way (you know who you are!) Visit our epic sponsor Remarkable Minds - Neurodiversity Specialists - Great courses for adults with dyslexia. #dyslexia #adultdyslexia #adultswithdyslexia
In this Sunday edition: why an important fire prevention measure is being used less and less. And it's the third and final part of our series on how the state of California handles dyslexia. We'll talk about a successful learning method, and why it still isn't the norm in California schools. Then, a look at how dyslexia is treated in adults who were never diagnosed when they were young. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
Today we are chatting with Jess Corinne, Head of Services at Learnfully. Learnfully is a personalized learning platform that incorporates interests and assesses a learner's strengths, challenges, and learning style in an expedited manner, then matches them with individualized strategies and highly-skilled educational specialists. They proactively measure and communicate progress over time, which is quite different from other options, including basic private tutoring, that provide little by way of regular reporting or analytics for caregivers. Learnfully team knows the struggles that learners face, with or without a formal ADHD, ASD and Dyslexia diagnosis. Their learning platform finds not only what needs to be addressed, but it also reveals the best way to engage with the learner for increased engagement, enjoyment, and results while removing delays, frustration and cost. Check out this episode to hear more about Learnfully and what they have to offer! Episode Highlights: Jess's backstory What is Learnfully? Empowering Neurodiverse students Coming to Learnfully for an initial assessment Spark Assessment How to become a part of the Learnfully community More on Guest: Visit the Learnfully Website Join the Learnfully Community Learnfully Instagram Learnfully YouTube More on Love Your School/Links Mentioned in Episode: Hello@loveyourschool.org @LoveYourSchoolAZ www.loveyourschool.org
Rudy and Noah dive into all things involved with the making of the movie "Rudy"! Things like: - Where the inspiration to sell there film came from - How he got the writer of Hoosiers & ND on board - How much he sold the script for - His involvement with the making of the movie - Casting the movie - Joe Montana's negative comments about the movie ....5 best sports movies.....5 pillars of being a walk-on....Brian Kelly & Lou Holtz...& so much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Though dyslexia is the most diagnosed learning disorder, it is often misunderstood. Perhaps you've noticed your young child reverse letters and numbers as they write. Maybe you've heard your older student consistently struggle to read out loud. Or it may be that you've witnessed your child face difficulties in reading fluency, spelling, or getting their thoughts out on a page. Which of these are “normal” parts of learning to read, and which signs indicate a child may need additional help? What do parents need to know about the reading process, and what should they do if they suspect their child is experiencing atypical reading challenges? Literacy expert Blythe Wood shares insights to address these questions and more. RESOURCES International Dyslexia Association Orton-Gillingham Academy Academic Language Therapy Association Children's Dyslexia Centers, Inc. Kindergarten Readiness Guide
You know how you can have things all mapped out - and then life happens!!??!! We've all been there and probably will be again. Today's guest on The Be Ruthless Show certainly has been there - more than once. Amanda Lees lives in Australia with her husband and is the proud mother of their three children. Amanda has been a nurse for 25 years with a Bachelor of Nursing and a Post Graduate Diploma in Women's Health. Amanda is currently studying a Diploma of counselling while still nursing and writing. She has recently published her first book; According to plan: Riding the unpredictable waves of motherhood. By publishing her book, she endeavors to inspire others, as she openly shares how her family navigates through Autism, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, multiple Anaphylactic food allergies, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Anxiety to now thrive in this world. All topics that are often kept behind closed doors. This has now ignited a new path for Amanda as she plans how to best extend her support to others. According to Plan: Riding the Unpredictable Waves of Motherhood https://a.co/d/7qBHHL7 ================================================================================ Nominate a teen here for the Jim Ruth Award by the Whole Lotta Love Foundation!. Any young adult dealing with loss or mental illness that is in need of support is eligible. The winner of the award will be announced at the 5k walk on October 2nd. Come join Team Ruthless or make a donation! And remember, asking questions and having conversations is always encouraged! Connect with me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Throughout my life I have been told directly and indirectly that dyslexia is found in particular people... [In fact] dyslexia can be found in someone like me. It isn't just 'okay' but something to be proud of. This book has been written because I want people to know that dyslexia can be found in people of every colour, creed, or circumstance. A survival guide on being young and dyslexic by inspiring rising star entrepreneur and speaker Onyinye Udokporo, combining her own personal story with political and cultural insights, and practical tips and advice. In this audiobook, rising star entrepreneur Onyinye Udokporo shares her story of growing up dyslexic in a society where neurodivergence was always presented as a white male issue. Onyinye discusses her experience of being diagnosed at 11 years old, starting a business the following year, gaining a scholarship to a prestigious boarding school and going on to complete two degrees by the age of 22, while also being honest about the difficulties she faced throughout including with bullying and anxiety. She shares the tips she picked up over the years for thriving with dyslexia and the strategies she used to overcome her difficulties in reading and writing well, staying organised and speaking with confidence. Illuminating wider issues of systemic racism in the educational sector and providing a timely reminder that dyslexia can be found in any community and culture, this is an empowering story of surviving and thriving in the face of adversity.
In This Episode: In most areas, there is a shortage of certified dyslexia specialists. So what causes this? Many things stop teachers from becoming dyslexia experts, including a lack of knowledge that it exists, financial barriers, and hindrances on their time to work with students as they complete practicum requirements. Topics Discussed: What stops teachers from becoming dyslexia specialists? What are some of the barriers for teachers who want to become certified? What you can do to help teachers in your area. Connect with Lisa Parnello: Follow on Instagram @ParnelloEducation Facebook.com/ParnelloEducation Dyslexia Devoted Facebook Group Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Understanding Dyslexia and Structured Reading Online Course International Dyslexia Association Approved Curriculums and Programs 9% leave every year Dyslexia Devoted Facebook Group --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dyslexiadevoted/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dyslexiadevoted/support
How common is dyslexia? How does dyslexia work? Is it genetic or environmental? Who are the famous dyslexics? Are you dyslexic in all languages? Why is the font Comic Sans notable for people with dyslexia? ... we explain like I'm five Thank you to the r/explainlikeimfive community and in particular the following users whose questions and comments formed the basis of this discussion: blitzwolf, -monarch, fl-etchersketch, ezferns, firestorm8880, faaizk and plebdog To the ELI5 community that has supported us so far, thanks for all your feedback and comments. Join us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/eli5ThePodcast/ or send us an e-mail: ELI5ThePodcast@gmail.com
This week we got to sit down with Lauren to discuss everything on the administrative side of education. She is the principal at a school specializing in dyslexia. You'll get to hear Lauren's path to getting where she is now and she even shares some advice. This episode is so informative - you won't want to miss it!
Rudy Ruettiger, the inspiration behind one of the greatest sports movies in history ... the movie "RUDY", joins the podcast to talk about his journey as a walk-on and the successes that followed. A former walk-on for the Notre Dame Football program from 1974 to 1976, Rudy is the epitome of what walk-ons represent and what walk-ons around the world embody. In PT.1, Rudy & Noah discuss: - 27 years to play 27 seconds - How being dyslexic impacted Rudy - Why forgiving is the secret sauce - Mistreatment he dealt with - Being around winners & who the real losers are - Developing charter schools for skillsets -Stigma around walk-ons ....Quotes from Sylvester Stallone & Kobe Bryant about Rudy....getting rid of doubt & fear.....clearing your mind from the clutter.....getting a gameplan.....& so much more! PT.2 to follow next week with more about the making of the movie "RUDY" and how it all came together....his role on the set of the movie....interasctions with actor Sean Astin.....debunking comments from Joe Montana about the movie....current ND football state.....Brian Kelly leaving....so much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join us as we enter the deep dark abyss that is Alex's mind to create a visually impaired divination wizard. For more information, please check out our website. Email: acoupleofcharacterspod at gmail dot com. Twitter, Instagram, Patreon: ACoCPodcast. Bookshop dot org storefront and gift cards. Use code CHOOSEINDIE on Libro.fm to receive a free audiobook when you purchase a subscription. Episode notes: Transcript. Claire Voyant character sheet. Dyslexia friendly versions: Transcript. Claire Voyant character sheet. Links to our homebrew Ancestry Options and Fortune Teller background can be found on our homebrew page. Mentioned books: Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire, on Bookshop.org and Libro.fm. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, on Bookshop.org and Libro.fm. Hunting By Stars by Cherie Dimaline, on Bookshop.org and Libro.fm. The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline. Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, on Bookshop.org and Libro.fm. Serapio from Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse, on Bookshop.org and Libro.fm. D&D Eberron: Rising from the Last War. D&D Volo's Guide to Monsters. D&D Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica. D&D Mythic Odysseys of Theros. D&D Player's Handbook. D&D Wild Beyond the Witchlight. Mentioned episodes: Tabletop Champions. Smart Stuff on MBMBaM 316 and 99% Invisible 225. Meet Enna and Aylynn. Fantasy Name Generators. Dungeons & Dragon Types: Website. Twitter. Cover art: Copyright Chandra Reyer 2019.
Rohan Chhabra found out he had dyslexia during graduate school by tagging along with a friend to her evaluation. He went in knowing nothing about dyslexia — and came out with a diagnosis. After learning more about it, so many things about how his brain worked finally made sense. Dyslexia had been guiding his life and his career choices, and he hadn't even realized it.Growing up in India, Rohan was a quiet kid who worried about keeping up with academic classes. He gravitated toward creative fields that relied on drawing instead of writing. After getting his master's degree in industrial design, Rohan worked for fashion titans like Nike and Ralph Lauren. But his passion for animals and the environment pulled him in another direction. Now, he creates digital fashion sold as NFTs.To find a transcript for this episode and more resources, visit the episode page at Understood. We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at email@example.com. Understood.org is a resource dedicated to shaping the world so the 70 million people with learning and thinking differences can thrive. Learn more about How'd You Get THAT Job?! and all our podcasts at u.org/podcasts. Copyright © 2022 Understood for All, Inc. All rights reserved.
If you are a teacher who has not lost your passion for teaching, but still wants to teach? Are you a parent who has lost your belief in the educational system, but still values your children being around at least a small group of kids? If so, this session may be for you. We are taking it back to the one-room schoolhouse where teachers had the autonomy to choose their curriculum, flexibility of their time, and freedom to make the best choices for their students' individual needs. In this session, you will be provided with an overview of what's needed to start your own small school. In This Episode You'll Learn The difference between Homeschooling and starting a small school Exploring a niche Mindset: preparing to start a school Cindy Lumpkin, also known as The LD Coach, is a teacher-turned-school founder. She resigned her post in a large urban school district in 2011 after having been a successful special education teacher, including a co-teacher, and administrator, leading over 12 special education teachers and paraprofessionals to pursue being a stay-home mom and eventually running Triumph in Life, Inc., a non-profit organization she founded and operates Triumph School under. The mission is to inspire and educate those with Dyslexia and other learning disabilities. She also runs a Youtube channel, self-titled, where she inspires, advocates, and educates teachers and those with learning differences. Connect with Cindy Website - www.theldCoach.com Facebook - facebook.com/triumphtransitionsschool Instagram - instagram.com/theldeducator YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UCupzBq4hBG-GTSwEArAgyjA Learn more about the FamilyPreneur Business Accelerator and join today at »familypreneur.co« I'm committed to building an inclusive and anti-racist business. I support LGBTQIA+ rights and the rights of all intersectional identities. I believe that business should be a force for dismantling systems of oppression and actively invest in my own learning to fulfill this role. »Read My Full DEI Statement HERE«
Dyslexia is believed to affect 20% of the population, and for the city's public schools, that could mean hundreds of thousands of students. For years, parents and teachers have struggled to identify dyslexia and implement new ways of learning. But beginning this school year, Mayor Eric Adams is launching a pilot program to better screen students for learning disabilities and teach them new ways of reading. Pat Kiernan sits down with NY1 education reporter Jillian Jorgensen to talk about the new program and the upcoming school year.
In today's video, I'm joined by Dov Baron, the architect of Emotional Source Code, a best-selling author and an overall genius, as we discuss how self determination is one of the most critical success factors that can lead you to your future success.For many people, a strong start isn't always possible. Whether it's because of where you're born, the time you were born, or other circumstances, many people find themselves in adverse situations at the beginning of their journey.Dov Baron was no different. He had a rough start to his life. He was brought up surrounded by crime, poverty, violence and abuse. He also later discovered that he had dyslexia, which made it hard for him to be in school. All obvious success factors just weren't there, and made his future success seem like an impossible task for many.But he knew he was never going to reach his full potential and would just be wasting his time in this traditional school setting. So with self determination, he left school early at the age of 13 to pursue a different path in entrepreneurship.While the schooling system works for many, it's not made for everyone. Not all people are academically strong, and not everyone thrives in that kind of structured environment. But that shouldn't stop anyone from pursuing their own success. His current life is a testament to the fact that how you start isn't how you end if you pursue success.Stay tuned to hear from Dov Baron about how positive self determination is one of the key success factors can influence your future success, especially if you remain curious about the possibilities that are out there for you to learn and thrive.--------------------CONNECT WITH PETER BOOLKAH:--------------------http://www.Boolkah.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Boolkahhttps://www.instagram.com/pboolkah/https://www.linkedin.com/in/boolkahhttps://twitter.com/boolkah--------------------ABOUT PETER BOOLKAH--------------------Peter Boolkah (AKA The Transition Guy) is the World's #1 Business Transition Coach whose main passion in life is to work with talented and high performing business owners who are in the process of creating exciting, high growth businesses. Peter helps you to navigate and transition through the crucial growth pains that all growing businesses experience making it as painless and exciting as possible.It is important to remember that businesses do not just grow and develop on their own, it is up to us and our teams to make this happen by making every day purposeful. As businesses grow some parts of the journey will be easier than others and most owners do not have all the answers. Starting a business is one of the most exciting things we get to do and we all have aspirations of achieving great things. In fact Peter is yet to meet someone who started a business with the intention of failing.Peter's ultimate life goal is to inspire and empower over 100,000 Entrepreneurs to create long term thriving businesses resulting in the creation of 1,000,000 jobs.So if you are scaling up your business, you're in a business transition period, and want to know more then connect with Peter at Boolkah.com--------------------THE TRANSITION GUY --------------------Peter Boolkah is the World's #1 Business Transition Coach and also known as ‘The Transition Guy'. This YouTube channel and his podcast is where he shares his unique and direct approach to taking back control of your business (and your life) while growing and transitioning your business from one level to the next.As a business owner, transitioning your business is all about setting and reaching your goals as well as business transition planning and process.