Dyslexic the Silent Difference: Even you can have a life that counts

Dyslexic the Silent Difference: Even you can have a life that counts

by Mrs Sandra Rigobert BA

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Dyslexic the Silent Difference: Even you can have a life that counts by Mrs Sandra Rigobert BA

Preface
As you will read I have told my personal dyslexic story as a dyslexic child and adult to many people for many years now. Moreover my experienced of the lack of education can be told by countless other people in many different educational environments and situations. Everyone I have shared my story with, barring none has been amazed and at times I have been met with absolute disbelief. Especially when I go on to tell them the types of employment and further education I have gone on to experience. These consist of 2 degrees and I teach secondary school children Design Technology, Home economics up to Key stage 5. As well as facilitating projects in Organic food growing, Positive parenting and Enterprise for the Family. Due to this on a number of occasion certain individuals have told me that I must share my story in a book to which I would always say "I know I should; I'll do it one day" and subsequently conveniently for me; not do it. Until the feeling to share my struggle with education and words overwhelmed me due to a certain number of particular situations that occurred.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781539176046
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/10/2017
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

I am a firm believer in the power of a positive mindset. Especially now that I am what is called middle aged.
When I was in primary school in the East End of London in the 1969's and early 1970's I vividly remember all was well with my education. At that time I have no recognition of experiencing any negativity with my time in primary or junior school. Then at the age of about 11 years old thing drastically changed when I got to senior high school and didn't get any better by the time I got to Secondary school in 1975; as a matter of fact things were much worse though it wasn't until I got into my early 20's and I reflect on my time at school that I realise how dreadful things really were when...

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