Monday, October 26, 2009

British educator who has dyslexia wins national teaching award

Mr Vickerman was warned that he had no future teaching children in schools

Edward Vickerman, an educator who is dyslexic, recently received a national teaching award in the U.K. Vickerman, who says he uses technology to help him communicate with his students, said, "I was told I could never be a teacher, so this award is for anyone like me who is dyslexic and wants to teach." The Independent (London)

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