Another reminder of how brilliant dyslexics can be…

Blog The latest news in literacy, child development, and all things Easyread View all posts Another brilliant reminder that dyslexics “can” by David Morgan|| 26 June 2017 Here is a nice website celebrating the incredible achievements of dyslexics:...

Dyslexic Inventions: The CD

James Russell (1931) is the American inventor responsible for inventing and patenting the technology behind compact discs or CDs, called ‘optical digital recording and playback’. He produced the first operating prototype in 1973. This technology also provided the...

Dyslexic Inventions: Twister and NERF

Reyn Guyr (1935-present) is the American toy inventor responsible for international hit games such as Twister and NERF ball. As a child, Guyr had undiagnosed dyslexia and struggled for years to master basic reading and spelling. He found out about his dyslexia only...

Dyslexic Inventions: Bunsen Burner

Michael Faraday (1791-1867) is thought of as the best experimentalist scientist in the history of the discipline. He discovered many chemical and physical properties, and invented the first version of the Bunsen burner – even though it now carries the name of a later...

Dyslexic Inventions: The Lightbulb

Thomas Edison (1847-1931) was an American inventor responsible for many of our modern electrical devices, including the phonograph for amplifying sound, the motion picture camera, the light bulb, the stock ticker, a mechanical vote recorder, and a battery for an...