Information and Inspiration For The Supporters Of Dyslexic Learners
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What is the ‘human cost’ of dyslexia? How does it affect individuals from a mental well-being perspective? These are questions that were answered for politicians at the All Party Parliamentary Group For Dyslexia on the 26th April 2019. This article gives an overview of what happened in that meeting with Dr Helen Ross, John Hicks, the British Dyslexia Association, Pennie Aston from Grooops, Jo Crawford and Radio 1 presenter Mollie King.
This article will explore the transition for dyslexic students studying science when they move from KS3 to KS4 and what teachers could do to help them with that transition. Download a copy of “Tips For Teachers” on how to support dyslexic learners.
Exams are looming and if you are a dyslexic thinker you may be experiencing some anxiety surrounding studying and revision. This article will give you five recommendations for settling the mind so that you can be more focused, calm and be able to absolutely nail what you need to do.
We are getting close to SAT’s season and our year 6 students will be anticipating their tests. With 10% of our population being dyslexic, it is a pretty sure bet that many of our students will be feeling levels of anxiety and fear as to what the SAT’s will reveal. This article will explore what can be done to support our younger dyslexic learners at this stressful time.
Do you know a dyslexic child who would describe themselves as stupid or lazy because they have accept a narrative that someone else has put on them? Read this article for tips on how to help that child see their own worth and be empowered to unlock their potential.
In this article, students who struggle with studying at higher education, who may or may not be diagnosed with dyslexia (or other SpLD) will find the single most important factor that will make them successful on their course.