Dyslexia Strengths and the Creative Side with Artist and Advocate Mike Juggins: Go Dyslexia Episode 3:
Mike is passionate about raising a greater understanding and appreciation of dyslexia and other learning differences. Joining me from Devon, England, for a video podcast, Mike takes us on a tour of his free website, Dyslexic DaDa, that celebrates the strengthens of dyslexia. In addition, he offers stories, strategies, technology tips and more.
1 Dyslexia: What it is all About: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDUfVCo6ito
2 The Gift Dyslexia – Mike Juggins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDDP9Oeag3g
3 Dyslexic Dada: http://www.dyslexicdada.com/
4 Inspiration: http://www.inspiration.com/
5 Zoom Video Conferencing: http://www.zoom.us/
6 Irlen Colored Glasses: http://irlen.com/
7 Mike Juggins Art: http://www.mikejuggins.co.uk/
A Breakdown of the Video:01:18 What makes you a dyslexia expert?
01:53 You have this incredible website, Dyslexic DaDa. Can you tell us more about that?
04:04 What does the site offer for individuals with dyslexia?
07:05 Tour of Mike’s site - Dyslexic DaDa
13:12 You have said that being dyslexic makes you a better artist. What do you mean by that?
23:01 Accepting the label of disabled gets you the academic support.
24:18 What are some of the key assistive technology devices that you have used that have helped you succeed?
29:59 What can dyslexics do to be successful in this world?
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