Contrary to popular belief, people in the 16-to-29 age range are actually reading print books more often than people 30 and up. Around 75% of the 16-to-29 age group had read a print book in the last year. http://mashable.com/2013/06/28/youth-read-print-books/
Dysgraphia mind map. Compare the four mind maps: dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and dysgraphia. The number of overlapping or related symptoms is interesting, don’t you think?
Many of you liked the dyslexia and dyscalculia mind maps and asked about mind maps for dyspraxia and dysgraphia, as well. Here is a dyspraxia mind map.
Fantastic 11-minute video in which students share the myths and truths about dyslexia.
Several people requested a mind map for Dyscalculia (often called “math dyslexia”). Many students, including my younger sister, have both dyslexia and dyscalculia. Things that may seem simple to others, like number lines or chronology, are difficult concepts for students with dyscalculia.