How to Support Pupils with Dyslexia in Your Classroom
This event is now available on request for groups of any size.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
During this session with Associate Director Nina Jackson from Independent Thinking, you will gain knowledge, skills, understanding and idea to support pupils with dyslexia in your classroom.
Each pupil is unique and there are specific tools that you will need to apply in lessons to support their learning. However, there are some simple, immediate strategies that you can use that will help them with academic learning as well as emotional well-being in order to raise standards of achievement and attainment.
From digital accessibility tools to methods of interaction, use of language and differentiated approaches, this session will be full of practical, inexpensive approaches for any and every classroom.
- Understand the needs of the dyslexic learner
- Discover how dyslexia can affect learning and emotional well-being
- Learn how using digital technology can enhance accessibility
- Gain a plethora of classroom strategies to implement the very next day
- Build your own toolkit of techniques, tools and resources.
This is an invaluable session for all teachers from KS1 to KS4 and beyond, TAs, SEND teachers and those involved in alternative provision.
*Because the 'one milkshake, six straws' approach is not cool, please e-mail email@example.com if you want to use this for staff training and need to purchase more than one ticket. We'll do you a deal that makes sure everyone is happy. Thanks.
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