St David’s College Articles.
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The Joint Council For Qualifications have just made it easier for dyslexic students to be able to use technology to support them as they take exams. Find out more how this applies to you.
Have you seen this wonderful video from BBC 3 about what you shouldn’t say to someone who is dyslexic? It is a really good overview of some of the challenges that comes with being dyslexic.
The Summer holidays are almost upon us and the dyslexic children in our care are going to be exhausted. This article explores what we can do to help them to rest up , recharge batteries but also re-focus ready for when the Autumn term hits.
How can teachers help dyslexic pupils when it comes down to teaching maths? Maths teacher and headmaster of St David’s College, Andrew Russell shares how tackling the fear of maths and self-defeating beliefs can be essential for successful learning. Read on for Andrew’s top five tips (and for an obvious mistake!).
Dyslexia is a language disorder, so it only makes sense to exclude dyslexic students from learning modern foreign languages, right? WRONG! Language teacher, Paula Roberts shares some essential tips that help dyslexic learners nurture their relationship building strengths.
Ever wondered what strategies work for teaching dyslexic kids how to learn? Faye Favill, SENCO from St David’s College shares best practice.
What can schools do to make the learning environment more dyslexia friendly?