This comprehensive video product will enable you to eliminate all the negative emotions that inhibit learning, including fear, panic, embarrassment, intimidation and replace with confidence, and increased self-esteem.
The techniques are so effective, you'll find yourself not only using them for your driving lessons, but before your test to enable you to perform as well on test as you do on lessons. You will learn how to assess your own individual Learning Style, so your instructor can adapt their teaching style to match your individual needs, enabling you to learn more quickly, easily and with less frustration and repetition.
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IMPORTANT: This is NOT a video and resource package about driving, nor is it intended to replace the role of a Approved Driving Instructor (ADI). It is about providing you with additional methods and techniques that will enable you to pass your test without nerves getting in the way.
Did you know that a massive 10% of the population is diagnosed as dyslexic, with an estimation that up to 25 percent of the population may have some form of dyslexia. People who are dyslexic will benefit from multi-sensory learning techniques to help them to take information on board more easily.
This section contains essential video tutorials and downloadable pdfs covering the most common issues faced by learners with dyslexia and dyspraxia, as well as helpful advice on how to combat these issues.
Featuring the experience and expertise of Colleen Pearson who, in addition to being a Dyslexia Assessor at Staffordshire University, is also dyspraxic herself. Her unique blend of specialist knowledge, combined with her own experiences of learning to drive, will be beneficial for driving instructors and learners alike. You will certainly relate to Colleen's easy going, helpful and informative style. For learners who struggle with learning to drive, this video will not only give you great techniques to help you, but also to build your confidence in your ability.
There are many instructors who have a specialist knowledge of teaching pupils with dyslexia and/or dyspraxia, however many instructors won't be aware of the impact that dyslexia and/or dyspraxia can have on learning to drive, such as sequencing issues, short term memory problems, muddling up left right, spatial awareness etc.
Often learners won't tell their instructor that they are dyslexic and/or dyspraxic as they may be embarrassed to, or not think it affects learning to drive. I urge you to tell your instructor as they are not telepathic and if you don't tell them, you will find yourself and your instructor may get very frustrated, whereas if they are aware of the issues that you may face, they can then tailor your lessons to suit your own individual needs.