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Faking It: A Look into the Mind of a Creative Learner 1st Edition
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One scene that will stay with me forever was when Lee had to write a check and felt paralyzed with fear when he realized he had to risk misspelling words -- simple words -- in front of the clerk.
I assigned this book in my graduate education class, for I felt it would provide future teachers with a detailed, sensitive, thoughtful account of students with learning disabilities. Many remarked that this book was the most influential book they had read, for they did not realize the abilities many students with L.D. have.
Some criticisms included the repetition; many felt the book needed to be edited further. We felt the strength lay in the anecdotes, the ones that were probably most difficult to share. But those rich stories are what make this book special, what make this book move beyond just another article about L.D.
Your future book may include other adults' experiences. We are all eager to read it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not one of my favorite LD memoirs.
The following are more engaging:
Brilliant Idiot: An Autobiography of a Dyslexic, Dr. Read more
I needed this for class and it took over two weeks to ship. The book isn't too great but it has given me a much better look at learning disabilities.Published on March 4, 2013 by Hillary