Oaka Books Articles.
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Below is a listing of all the articles Oaka Books have supported.
Curriculum manager at Farnborough Sixth Form College, Dr Susie Nyman shares how she has helped dyslexic students to boost their attainment through multi-sensory learning. If you are a teacher struggling to build engagement then this article is for you.
In this article I am going to review a lovely book about the highs and lows of a mother, Lois Letchford who home-schooled her son, Nicholas, who was essentially written off as being able to learn by his teachers in school. Reversed, by Lois Letchford will be for you if you are looking for inspiration for the support of your child.
Mother of Sophie, Bambi Gardiner wasn’t happy with the support that her child was receiving in school. Bambi developed ways that helped her daughter to learn more effectively and in this interview Bambi shares some tips that you can use now to support your child.
With a recent dramatic rise in pupils being moved into a homeschooling environment, how do parents prepare themselves for teaching a child with dyslexia? This article will provide homeschooling parents with a bunch of resources that could be useful.
Does your dyslexic learner get frustrated with knowing their subject matter but somehow struggles to get great marks in their essays? I have found you a fantastic resource that can help your child to write essays like a boss and get great marks!
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.
Ooh I have found a wonderful revision tips guide that will help secondary school learners revise more effectively. Click here to find out more.