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research project

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by toobusybee, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. I am trying to get some feedback in to whether teachers and parents think there is a correlation between poor handwriting and dyslexia or whether there is no correlation and all children just progress at different rates regardless. I will carry out interviews and questionaires but wondered if i could gain similar information by placing my question on a forum.
  2. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    I'm dyslexic and am always told I have lovely handwriting. I don't think its related (or at least it isn't in the children and adults I have known who are dyslexic, apart from the one who was also dyspraxic) x
  3. After discussing my project title with my lecturer a came to the conclusion that it was too specific and i could not gather a sufficient amount of research from it. My new title is... To what extent does dyslexia effect a childs progress throughout school? I have decided that i will break it down in to three sections
    <ol>[*]emotionally[*]educationally[*]socially </ol>Any feedback anyone can offer would be appreciated as this is a brand new subject to me so i am starting from scratch.
  4. Dyslexia has a major impact on every aspect of a childs learning. It not only effects their academic ability but also their social environment and knocks their confidence.[​IMG]
  5. As a dyslexic teacher who now supports pupils with dyslexia I don't mind filling out one of your questionnaires when you have them ready.
  6. That would be really helpful Fletch107 would it possible to have your email address so i can email you the questionaire when its ready.
    thankyou for your help

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