Henry Winkler overcame his dyslexia as a child and went on to become a children’s book author. His series on “Hank Zipzer” is based on his experiences as a child with dyslexia. “I was in the bottom 3 per cent when I was at school,” he said. “I was told I would never achieve…Â I didn’t […]
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By Andrea Prupas on April 8, 2010 in 21st Century Learning, Assistive Technology, Software for Students with Learning Disabilities, Special Education
An interesting story about an individual who started using her iPhone to read books. For dyslexia, books can often be much easier to read on the screen My iPhone has revolutionised my reading | Education | The Guardian.