The Gift of Dyslexia - Ronald D. Davis (Paperback)

Why Some of the Smartest People Can't Read...and How They Can Learn

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Product Details

Barcode
9780399535666
Department
Books
Released
23 Feb 2010
Supply Source
USA

Book

Authors
Ronald D. Davis
Eldon M. Braun
Eldon M. Braun (Collaborator)
Subtitle
Why Some of the Smartest People Can't Read...and How They Can Learn
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Penguin Group USA
Edition
Reprint
Language
English
Number of Pages
286
Dimensions
216 x 140 x 19mm (245g)

Annotation

  • The founder of Davis Dyslexia Association International outlines a unique program to help dyslexics learn to read and overcome other difficulties in this newly updated and expanded edition that features the latest research, studies and contacts. Reprint.
  • Reveals how dyslexia can be related to high levels of intelligence and offers a plan that anyone with dyslexia can use to conquer the common disability.

Summary

The revised, updated, and expanded edition of the classic in the category.

This book outlines a unique and revolutionary program with a phenomenally high success rate in helping dyslexics learn to read and to overcome other difficulties associated with it. This new edition is expanded to include new teaching techniques and revised throughout with up-to-date information on research, studies, and contacts.

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Education
BISAC Subject 1
Education / Special Education / Learning Disabilities
BIC Classification 1
Teaching of dyslexic students
Library Subject 1
Dyslexia.
Library Subject 2
Dyslexic children; Education.
Academic Subject 1
Education Of Students With Learning Disabilities
Dewey Classification
371.91/44

Author Bio

Ron Davis, was functionally illiterate until age 38 when he discovered how to mentally orient his perceptions. He later took technical courses and became a successful engineer, businessman and artist. He has since dedicated his life to helping people with the gift of dyslexia achieve literacy and self-esteem.