The family way
from The Shuttle
Published on 12/18/2010
Featuring the work of Richard Whitehead
Richard Whitehead, director of the Davis Learning Foundation in the UK, explains: “In diversion from the traditional medical model of seeing dyslexia as a structural or neurological disability, we see it as a different way of thinking.”
“What we very much see in dyslexics are people who learn with and through their imagination.”
Instead of phonics, a creative process is used to make words come to life for people with dyslexia.