Davis Theory Explored

Disorientation, Confusion, and the Symptoms of ADHD

  How Disorientation Undermines Conceptual Understanding. Disorientation and distorted perceptions do more than create symptoms of dyslexia. The dyslexic or ADHD child uses disorientation for entertainment; he may be disoriented for hours on end ...

Dyslexia and the Threshold for Confusion

  When dyslexic people make mistakes in reading or spelling, it is because they are experiencing disorientation, which results in distorted perceptions. The person's threshold for confusion is a key factor in how often he or she disorients. A person ...

Davis Dyslexia Correction: A Brief Explanation

The Basic Davis Methods: Ronald Davis theorizes that dyslexic individuals are picture thinkers who experience perceptual disorientations in the senses of time, vision, hearing, and/or balance and coordination. Davis Dyslexia Correction provides...

The Cause of Dyslexia: Anatomy of a Learning Disability

  The individual encounters an unrecognized stimulus. This could be a word (written or spoken), symbol, or object that is not recognized. The lack of recognition causes a feeling of confusion. Confusion naturally and automatically ...

The Theory Behind Davis Dyslexia Correction Methods

Ron Davis, himself a severely dyslexic adult, figured out how to ‘correct’ his own dyslexia before he ever came up with any theories about how to help others. Until the age of 38, he had always accepted the official pronouncements of the experts who had...

When Phonics Doesn't Work

Traditional tutoring for dyslexia relies on intensive instruction in phonemic awareness and the phonetic code. But such teaching is an arduous process for many students. Often progress is slow, relying heavily on repetition and "overlearning."...

 

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