Originally Posted by byhookorbycrook
But what about children who are auditory learners with dyslexia?How could this possibly help?Children with dyspraxia may have perception difficulties,but we have never had any success with lenses.
Dyslexia is an umbrella term for a collection of different conditions, some of which are related to visual processing. If someone has difficulty processing visual information, it would not be suprising if they were to favor auditory learning. As there are different types and causes for dyslexia, it is not suprising that the coloured glasses work for some and not for others.
Also a person with dyspraxia may or may not have perception difficulties. It is a bit like some one saying keep your eye on the ball, to someone who has trouble catching / kicking it. Another similar one is calling some one who can't sing in tune or play an instrument, "tone deaf"; when they can hear and enjoy music fine.