“If Apple had a 10% failure rate, consumers would be outraged. At least 10% of students have dyslexia and are not receiving an adequate education. We, as consumers, should be holding schools up to at least the same standard as we hold the manufacturer of a gadget. However, even when schools want to change, they cannot make these changes alone. They need your help. What can you do as a consumer?” Read the rest of the Dyslexic Kids blog here:
Are 70,000 kids “faking” learning differences? How many kids with learning differences are not being diagnosed and given assistance? What are your thoughts?
Beautifully animated TED Talk video: “Changing Education Paradigms”
Spanish researchers use augmented reality glasses and smartphones to aid student-teacher classroom communications