“I now find that having dyslexia is a gift to me as teacher. It gives me:
- Valuable insights into the challenges students face with literacy.
- The opportunity to act as a role model for students struggling with confidence, emphasising the increased capacity for imagination, visual learning, and creativity that comes with dyslexic brains.
- The chance to show children that some of history’s greatest artists, leaders, and inventors were dyslexic (this helps relieve some of the pressure and shame that students feel).
- The ability to prove that, like me, you can have dyslexia and still be a prolific reader and writer.”
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