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Living With Dyslexia | How to Overcome Learning Disorders

Living With Dyslexia | How to Overcome Learning Disorders

Typical classroom settings can be a struggle for students with learning disorders like dyslexia - but fortunately, there are ways to overcome your struggles and stay on track. Here, Redmond, WA and online tutor David S. shares his story...   Many people reading these words I type have always taken for granted the ease with which they can read them. I am not one of them, because I grew up with dyslexia. The experience of actually having the learning disorder has always been difficu … Read More

Living With Dyslexia | How to Overcome Learning Disorders
Typical classroom settings can be a struggle for students with learning disorders like dyslexia - but fortunately, there are ways to overcome your struggles and stay on track. Here, Redmond, WA and online tutor David S. shares his story...   Many people reading these words I type have always taken for granted the ease with which they can read them. I am not one of them, because I grew up with dyslexia. The experience of actually having the learning disorder has always been difficu
How to Score a 5 on the AP Calculus Test
Getting ready to take the AP Calculus test? Brush up on these study tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...   The AP Calculus exam is rumored to be one of the harder AP tests - especially for those of us who math doesn't come easily to. The test takes three hours and 15 minutes, and has 45 multiple-choice questions and six short-answer questions. Both types have a non-calculator part and a calculator part. Even though it sounds daunting, with some determination and productive studyi
16 Unexpected Things International Students Face
Here on the TakeLessons Blog, we've explored the best cities to visit in Spain, taken a foodie tour of Korea, and even learned about fun festivals like Germany's Oktoberfest. But what about the unique experiences international exchange students have when they come here to the US? You might be surprised to hear the things that baffle everyone else. Curious? We were too, so when we came across an article over on the StudentUniverse blog sharing these revelations from an international exc
5 of the Best Books on Writing
As a creative writer, you probably already have the determination and vision to write your great novel or short story. However, a little push in the right direction never hurts! You need to read what the experts learned as they went from unpublished to published authors. This will help you become a stronger writer or avoid the common mistakes unpublished writers make. There are so many fantastic books on writing to check out, and you can learn something from each. Here are some of the best to
8 Great Writing Retreats for Kids
Does your child love to write? Writing offers children not only a medium for communication, but the ability to create and use their imagination! What’s more, writing aids your child’s emotional growth and helps build the critical thinking skills necessary for success in school and in life. Writing retreats and camps can help foster these abilities. What Happens at Writing Retreats? At writing camps, children can focus on their creating writing while having fun at the same time! In a community

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