12 Examples Of Cognitive Skills

Cognitive skills examples

Have you ever thought about how we’re able to read, learn, explore, think, remember, reason, or even pay attention to things around us? It’s our cognitive skills that help us to function and perform such necessary tasks.  Cognitive skills are a set of necessary skills which are essential for your brain to perform different tasks. … Read more

Dyslexia And High IQ: Finding the connection

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON SEPTEMBER 08, 2022 His teachers said he was mentally slow, unsociable, and adrift in his foolish dreams. The man was Albert Einstein.Learning difficulties and the children who are affected by them need to be better understood by teachers. Even children who are deemed to be brilliant and have high IQs might … Read more

Are Dyslexics Good At Engineering? Let’s Find Out!

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON SEPTEMBER 08, 2022 The biggest challenge dyslexics deal with is the difficulty in reading, spelling, and writing. These skills are of primary importance to excel in academics as the school curriculum is totally dependent on them. However, this difficulty should not stop them from excelling in life because they are blessed … Read more

Understanding Geography With Dyslexia: How To Manage?

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 29, 2022 Learning disorders are of different types, and dyslexia is one of them. These disorders affect a person’s ability to learn, retain, and use specific skills. This influences the academic performance of students dealing with these issues. Students with dyslexia often struggle with reading, writing activities, and the use … Read more

Q. Is It True That Dyslexia Worsens With Age?

Can dyslexia worsen with age

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 15, 2022 While children and parents alike try to figure out “what’s wrong”, it’s sad that they, more often than not, blame themselves for no fault of theirs. Parents frequently wonder, “Will my child outgrow dyslexia — or would it become worse?” as they see their child struggle with dyslexia-related … Read more

Is Cursive Good For Dyslexia?

dyslexia and cursive writing

Dyslexia is a neurological deficit. It is a learning disability in which affected learners have deficits in reading and sometimes even writing. It is often characterized by difficulties with accurate word recognition, and decoding and may slow down vocabulary growth. However, with effective interventions and proper support, affected learners of dyslexia can become good readers … Read more

Important Study Tips For Visual Learners

Study tips for visual learners

Ever wondered why retaining facts from a documentary is more accessible than retaining them once you’ve heard them from someone? Or why does seeing someone perform a poem with small actions and dance help memorize it better than just hearing someone recite it?  The answer lies in a concept called ‘Learning Styles.’ People experience the … Read more

Understanding The Relation Between Dyslexia And Auditory Memory Skills

Dyslexia and Auditory memory

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON JULY 27, 2022 Dyslexia is a learning disorder characterized by difficulty in reading. The child can also have challenges identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words. Auditory memory involves taking in information that is presented orally to process, store in the mind, and recall when required. … Read more

How to deal with computers while having Dyslexia?

Dyslexia and dealing with computers

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON JUNE 17, 2022 Advancement in technology has brought about many noteworthy upgrades in lifestyle. Undoubtedly, dealing with computers is an eminent part of it. Right from contacting loved ones to purchasing something, computers come in handy with a wide range of purposes. But some people, like those with Dyslexia, may have … Read more