dyslexia and creativity

Dyslexia and Creativity

My published writing about dyslexia has usually related to the talents and skills exhibited by people with dyslexia. In this book, published by Wiley, March 2012, Supporting Dyslexic Adults in Higher Education and the Workplace, my chapter is  Dyslexia and Creativity, tapping the creative strengths of dyslexic people.



Cascade, creativity across science, art, dyslexia, education.

Edited by Morag Kiziewicz and Iain Biggs and published by the University of Bath in 2007. Available free on line http://opus.bath.ac.uk/19335/

Collected papers include poetry, language, dyslexia


Dyslexia and Education

published in 2005 by niace http://shop.niace.org.uk/insights-pb.html

I was one of the contributors to this interesting book where Margaret Herrington draws together the key issues and debates that have emerged in the field of adult numeracy, literacy and ESOL in the past 20 years.

Dyslexia and Stress

was published by Wiley in 2004, second edition. My chapter, ‘Deadlines – collision, confusion, collapse’ describes some of the issues dyslexic people experience around deadlines realting to study.


Dyslexia and Visual Spatial ability

The collected papers for this research project were edited and compiled by Ian Padgett and published by Central St Martins College of Art and Design in 1999. My paper is titled ‘Music and Space, differently able’.


Dyslexia and visual spatial skills

the conference papers for Dyslexia in Higher Education Art and Design: a creative opportunity were piblished by the Surrey Institute of Art and Design in 2000. My paper, ‘Ourselves in Place 3, asked ‘ do art and design students have strong visual spatial skills?

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