I Am Dyslexic: A Touching Video For Children With Learning Differences

I Am Dyslexic A Touching Video For Children With Learning Differences

"I am not dumb, I am dyslexic": this is the voice of a little kid who is dyslexic and cannot watch and comprehend his course, not because he doesn't want to, but because he has to face countless barriers!


A young dyslexic child finds itself in a world made completely out of books. Alone in his environment, he's forced to climb a mountain, that represents the education system.


The animated short film I Am Dyslexic shows what it feels like to have learning differences in the current school system. Kids with learning differences need to be proud of who they are.


The film uses powerful metaphors to portray these feelings. We follow a young boy in his journey: he has to climb a mountain in a world made of books.


I Am Dyslexic is a student animated short film written, directed, and produced by Mads Johan Ƙgaard and Katie Wyman. They are both Dyslexic and have experienced how the school system tries to deal with dyslexic students.


They made this short film hoping to give individuals who experience learning differences something they can relate to.



Reference: YouTube

I Am Dyslexic: A Touching Video For Children With Learning Differences I Am Dyslexic: A Touching Video For Children With Learning Differences Reviewed by Katerina Pap on 4:39 PM Rating: 5

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  1. "I am not dumb, I am dyslexic": this is the voice of a little kid who is dyslexic and cannot watch and comprehend his course, not because he doesn't want to, but because he has to face countless barriers!
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