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The book describes the many facets of dyslexia, and its wide range of effects on learning ability. Individuals with dyslexia vary in their ability to deal with a standard education system. The book provides a series of mental exercises which demonstrate the range of thinking skills of dyslexics. Understanding these skills facilitates the design of a programme to help the individual student or adult with dyslexia. It is particularly essential to understand how each person with dyslexia thinks in order help them fit into the education system.Biografía del autor:
Martin F. Murphy is a former teacher who developed a methodology for assisting dyslexic children and adulst. He now works as a private practitioner, helping dyslexic individuals to deal with their condition for many years. He lives in Dublin, Ireland. In addition to dealing with dyslexic individuals, he has addressed many meetings convened by parents and teachers organisations, including: The National Parents' Council, The National Association Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD), The Irish Learning Support Association (ILSA), YouthReach Programmes and public libraries. He has conducted workshops for teachers from over 150 Irish primary & secondary schools.
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Descripción Flyleaf Press, 2004. Paperback. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0953997456