Dislecksia: The Movie, dyslexic director Harvey Hubbell V and crew explore Hubbell’s own experiences about growing up as a dyslexic while also looking into the latest scientific research and educational developments regarding the condition. They examine how the education system in the US handles students with learning disabilities, and explore ways in which this treatment can be changed to improve the social status of dyslexics. And along the way, they meet a variety of dyslexics from very different backgrounds who share their experiences and demonstrate that dyslexics are not disabled – just different.Read More iTunes STICHER SHOW NOTES WATCH
When he was eight years old, Dan Hurley was labeled a “slow learner” because he still couldn’t read. Three years later, he had become a straight A student.
Until the publication of a major study in 2008, psychologists believed that intelligence is fixed at birth, that IQ is like a number tattooed on the soul. The new study showed that people can increase their “fluid” intelligence through training.
Despite doctors and teachers claiming that he would “never amount to anything academically or athletically,” Scott Sonnon overcame childhood obesity, learning disabilities, and joint disease, to be named by Men’s Health Magazine as the creator of the world’s smartest workout, Men’s Fitness Magazine, one of the top trainers in the world, and by Black Belt Magazine as one of the most influential martial artists of the century.Read More iTunes STICHER SHOW NOTES WATCH