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Gestalt Learning and Dyslexia

Perhaps I should have known that reading could be a problem when language was so inconsequential to my Great Little Pretender.  But I was optimistic.  After all, what about all those late talkers who were also Gestalt learners that read … Continue reading

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Tools of the Trade

I am always trying to come up with better methods for my visual learners to express the pictures in their heads.  This weekend we spent some time covering a wall with dry erase boards in my husband’s home office.  I … Continue reading

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Can I get a translator PLEASE?

Sometimes I think it is a wonder that our family understands each other at all.  This wonderful family of mine—and they really are wonderful— are speaking different languages.  I don’t mean languages such as Spanish or French–that would be so … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a Gestalt learner?

What does it mean to be a gestalt learner? How is it different than ‘regular learning’? What makes it special? Continue reading

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