Dyslexic for a day, who wants to be one, though for a minimum of 20% of the population, that isn’t an option, it’s what we have to work through day after day.
And the following clips are of teachers trying exercises that simulate someone with dyslexia trying to make their way through the education system.
Dyslexia For A Day: Introduction
Dyslexia For A Day
Dyslexia For A Day: Writing Simulation
Dyslexia For A Day: Round Robin Reading
And the following is a Mother and Daughter discussing similar sorts of things.
Dyslexic Simulation Part 1
For when one really begins to look at it, when something is failing well over 20% to 40% of the people that pass through it’s gates, that’s not really much of a pass mark.
What Could A Dyslexic Look Like In A Classroom?
For a Dyslexic to get just above average marks in the current educational system, ie: 50 to 55%, may actually be one of the over achievers at school, rather than someone whose is getting all the straight A’s