Mind mapping for dyslexics


Computers offer all sorts of respite for dyslexic learners – they have spelling and grammar check and there are no handwriting worries. Mind mapping software is another useful tool – it allows anyone to express their ideas freely, says Wendy Keay-Bright, who has done extensive research with dyslexic children.

DATE: 19/07/2009

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