Activity: Talk or presentation types › Public talk, debate, discussion
This performance was organised as part of a UK tour and built on our long established relationship with the University of Malta.
Given the curricular flagship of academic excellence, held up as the only way to survive the adult market place, dyslexia, or learning difference, is riddled with negative connotations. The experience of those whose needs stand out as being different at school, so often has clear and demonstrable damaging effects on their self-esteem and quality of life, particularly in adult years. These research findings are very eloquently brought to life through this autobiographical performance.