Rolph Literacy Academy teacher shares 'super power' of harp playing

As chords of harp music floated through the music room, children with large eyes watched silently as Literacy Intervention Specialist Jenny Armstrong’s fingers flew up and down the harp strings. Jenny wanted to show Rolph Literacy Academy students her own special “super power.” Rolph Literacy Academy students have dyslexia, which is a learning difference that is characterized by difficulty reading, writing and spelling. Dyslexia comes with specific strengths, or super powers, in areas other than reading. These strengths are often in the visual-spatial, emotional, kinesthetic or creative areas, though each individual is different. Jenny does not have dyslexia, but she does have a super power.

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