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Journey Into Dyslexia (2011)

TV-G | | Documentary | TV Movie 11 May 2011
Growing up and surviving school is tough. Being stigmatized as "learning disabled" can drive a child right to the edge. Giving hope to students whose dyslexia makes them fear the written ... See full summary »

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Jonathan Mooney ...
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Phred Swain-Sugarman ...
Himself
William Keeney ...
Himself - English Teacher (as Dr. William Keeney)
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Ben Foss ...
Himself - Intel Reader
Steve Walker ...
Himself - New England Wood Pellet
Beau Martin ...
Himself - Tutor
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Himself - Microsculptor
Maryanne Wolf ...
Herself (as Dr. Maryanne Wolf)
Carol Greider ...
Herself (as Dr. Carol Greider)
Guinevere Eden ...
Herself (as Dr. Guinevere Eden)
David J. Connor ...
Himself - Hunter College (as Dr. David J. Connor)
Tracy Johnson ...
Herself - College Recruiter
Joyce Hardiman ...
Herself (as Dr. Joyce Hardiman)
Carol Schramm ...
Herself - Kauffman Foundation (as Dr. Carol Schramm)
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Growing up and surviving school is tough. Being stigmatized as "learning disabled" can drive a child right to the edge. Giving hope to students whose dyslexia makes them fear the written word, this enlightening and lighthearted film looks at young people living with learning differences as well as adults who struggled in school, and then succeeded in life. The result is a documentary that addresses the public's misunderstanding of the issue and demonstrates the great potential of each dyslexic individual.

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11 May 2011 (USA)  »

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El laberinto de la dislexia  »

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