Developing Your Dyslexic Students' Self-Esteem using Clean Language
Helping students with dyslexia to communicate more effectively can help them use their self-realisation of their strengths to develop effecive learning strategies.
Research has demonstrated that 70% of academic success depends upon the belief of the student that they can succeed. The dyslexic student’s constant failure has been shown to lower their self-esteem. These negative feelings are likely to have long-lasting effects, in the way they manifest themselves, which is likely to be complex, taking the form of vulnerability to stress, feelings of learned helplessness and depression.