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[Eide M.D. M.A., Brock L., M.D., Fernette F. Eide]のThe Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain
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Two neurolearning experts reveal the hidden benefits of having a dyslexic brain.

In this paradigm-shifting book, neurolearning experts Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide describe an exciting new brain science that reveals that dyslexic people have unique brain structure and organization. While the differences are responsible for certain challenges with literacy and reading, the dyslexic brain also gives a predisposition to important skills, and special talents.

While dyslexics typically struggle to decode the written word, they often also excel in such areas of reasoning as mechanical (required for architects and surgeons), interconnected (artists and inventors); narrative (novelists and lawyers), and dynamic (scientists and business pioneers). The Dyslexic Advantage provides the first complete portrait of dyslexia.

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“This is probably the most helpful material ever published on dyslexia.” — Manuel Casanova, M.D.

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  • ページ番号ソース ISBN: 1848506392
  • 出版社: Plume; 1版 (2011/8/18)
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Finally - a scientific look at the advantages of dyslexia 2011/8/22
投稿者 D. A. J. - (Amazon.com)
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Now "THIS" is the book I have been waiting for. As a dyslexic myself and the parent of at least one dyslexic (and gifted) child - this book is life changing, especially in terms of the educational outlook for my children. The Eides have done what so many "claim" to do in their books, but never really get there. They show clear, concrete, and proven advantages to the way the brain works for dyslexics, and shows why those advantages have "trade offs" when it comes to learning things such as reading, writing, and spelling. Basically, the way the dyslexic brain works, people with dyslexia tend to be much, much better than average in four particular areas - described as the M.I.N.D. areas. These cover things such as being able to see objects in 3D and manipulate them on ones mind (a great skill for Engineers, designers, builders, etc.), the ability to see advanced and complex connections between things (an amazing skill for systems engineers, entrepreneurs, psychologists, lawyers, etc.), amazing long term memory, etc. While these advantages are amazing, great, needed, and should be utilized to the best of ones ability - these advantages are there because the dyslexic brain is wired in such a way to support them. The down side is this wiring is the most inefficient way to learn the skills of reading, writing, and spelling. While those are true downsides, that doesn't mean dyslexic individuals can't learn to read, write, and spell - most do. The Eides just show a much better route to those skills.
Another BIG thing I love about this book is how they extensively cover accommodations (like speech-to-text software and digital books). In most dyslexic individuals, there will be a point in which one reaches diminishing returns in terms of reading, writing, and spelling - no matter how much intervention they won't get any better than that point. However, that doesn't mean their learning must stop - the proper accommodations will allow these individuals to reach their full potential in life. And surprisingly, the full potential of a dyslexic is actually more "successful" than a non-dyslexic. Dyslexic individuals are over represented in the top tiers among almost all professions - especially the sciences, engineering, and creative fields (writing, acting, art, music, etc.). Yes, dyslexics who struggle with reading and writing turn out to be amazing writers of everything from fiction to fantasy books (and I suppose one accommodation is hiring a good editor who can see past the spelling mistakes to the amazing content).
The last part of the book deals with the best ways of teaching reading, spelling, and writing to dyslexic individuals - from elementary to college to adults in the workplace. The advice and tips are amazing and I plan on incorporating many of them immediately into our homeschooling plans. They also cover proper accommodations depending on the skill and level of the individual. Another important point of this section is to also encourage the strengths of individuals with dyslexia. Again - there is going to be a point of diminishing returns in teaching reading and writing based skills - so also focus on those areas in which dyslexic individuals thrive.
Another area is the best educational options for gifted individuals. Now this will be the area many parents will struggle with. The truth is traditional school environments are NOT set up to accommodate dyslexic individuals. It isn't for lack of want, but many educational institutions just don't fully understand dyslexia for what it is, and what it isn't. As a result, the best fits for dyslexic students (at least for some time in their for educational years) might be special education classrooms (those that focus on education and not so much behavior I am assuming), schools that specialize in teaching dyslexic students, private schools that allow children to work at their own pace (think Sundry or Reggio or Montessori), and finally homeschooling.
The final chapter and another gem of this book is the resources section. It has websites and resources to cover the tips they described in the text.
A lot of thought and and research, and I believe passion and love went into this book. Again, it really will be a life changer for many individuals with dyslexia (heck, there is even a section that covers adult dyslexics in the workplace!)
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5つ星のうち 4.0 This was a good read. It helped to look at dyslexia differently 2016/2/12
投稿者 sadams1011 - (Amazon.com)
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This was a good read. It helped to look at dyslexia differently, although it didn't help me much with tips and techniques to help my daughter. Still, I found it interesting and worthwhile. I just wish that there was more helpful advice for parents of dyslexic kids. For that, I'm extremely grateful to my daughter's teacher. If you are a parent struggling with a dyslexic child, I do recommend this book, but I also recommend reading rulers, and raised-line paper. Those things have been immensely helpful with my daughter this year. Also, we make flash cards with her spelling and vocab words in multiple colors...each syllable gets a different, bright and distinctly different color to help her see the word in its parts rather than just skimming over the whole word and getting wrong as many dyslexics do (they tend to see things as wholes and not parts). I hope these tips help other parents, as I know the struggle.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 The best resource so far! 2011/12/10
投稿者 David - (Amazon.com)
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I'm 39 years old and ran my own landscaping business for 20
years. I all ways had problems with reading, writing and math. I failed the sixth grade and was sent off to boarding school. Unfortunately witih the bad economy I lost my business. Now it was time to face my demands once again. I tried going back to school to improve my skills, for some reason I thought
Things would be different. They weren't.

To make a long story short I've been through tons of testing over the years. They all said one thing, that I was lazy. I was tested again and was diagnosed as having dyslexia. I bought this book soon afterwards. It was one of the best resources I've come across yet. I found myself in so many instances. I think this book would be positive for anybody with this problem.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Very insightful. 2016/8/6
投稿者 F.C. - (Amazon.com)
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Okay, am I the only one who thinks it's ironically comical to have a book on dyslexia that's almost 300 pages long with small words?

I'm dyslexic and have been blessed to excel in business and personal areas as well due to the specifics of how I process information. I see things that seem so clear and simple that others cannot grasp, even once it's explained.

I am reading and mostly finished with this book. It's a struggle, yes, but it's well worth the time investment. I have read another popular book on the subject and thought it was ok, but it basically was telling me that I had a dysfunction and giving advice on how to work around and improve the areas of "dysfunction". This was of no help. I process information differently and that's how it is.

What's great about this book is that it doesn't try to change the thIngs about me that are most difficult to change if not impossible, but acknowledges them and gives me more insights on how to use this advantage I was born with to do great things.

Kudos to anyone and everyone who finally figured out that differences are just differences. I would not have been able to achieve what I have without thus wonderful advantage I was born with.

This is an awesome book.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Very exhilarating for anyone with dyslexia 2013/8/29
投稿者 Butterfly Poet - (Amazon.com)
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We had no idea that this type of research was done and was very thankful to the authors for putting it in this book, which is a bit hard to get through because of all the terms used but other than that I was intrigued and couldn't put the book down until I got to the back where advice was given for parents of dyslexic children or students going to college, etc. since it didn't apply to us. What amazed me was the studies of the brain that show there are physical differences in the dyslexic brain which actually do give the person advantages over the non-dyslexic brain.
I ordered this book because I recently figured out that my husband of 4 years is dyslexic. He has gone all his life not being able to read well. No one he knows ever suggested that this was a possibility. He's 67 so back when he was in school they didn't know about this condition and figured he was just slow. He is 1/2 Native American and he figured it was because of the prejudiced teachers back then. They had all kinds of negative things to say about him so of course his self esteem was injured significantly. Although he excelled in science, art, wood shop, he didn't get a grip on math until later. When I was reading the book I thought... Wow! that's why he's so intelligent in areas of designing houses, carpentry, electronics, mechanics and just being a very handy guy to have around because he can fix anything. Even things like his type of humor, the way he always makes a play on words, his intrigue with the way things work and with new inventions are related to the way his brain is built. When I started to tell him about what the book was saying, his face just lite up and his self esteem has jumped up a mile. So if you are or know anyone with dyslexia, this is a must read (or have someone read it to you).
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