Dyslexia: supporting able reading and writing
With Dr Helen Ross and Dr Joanna Stanbridge
May 2023 from 4pm
Introducing ‘Dyslexia: supporting able reading and writing’
Isn’t it time you viewed dyslexia differently? Discover how with our new webinar series.
From slow reading progress and unusual letter sequencing to difficulties with organisation, maths and memory, dyslexia takes many forms. It’s also estimated to affect as many as 1 in 10 people in the UK. This means, that for every school classroom, there will be at least one or two students who will struggle with dyslexia every year.
Join us for our new 2 part webinar series as we’re joined by two leading voices in dyslexia: Dr Helen Ross (Co-Vice Chair of the British Dyslexia Association) and Dr Joanne stanbridge (Cambridge County Council) as we look at dyslexia, its definition and some practical strategies for supporting and empowering all students who struggle to read, spell and write fluently.
Dyslexia: What it looks like in the real world
1 hour | 17th May 2023
Dr Helen Ross (Co-Vice Chair of the British Dyslexia Association shares some great insights into what dyslexia looks like in the real world. This webinar offers an understanding of Dyslexia and shows you how to recognise and support dyslexic learners. Available on catch up June 1st.
Dr Helen Ross
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Dyslexia and Literacy Difficulties: Promoting Reading for All
1 hour | 18th Oct 2023
Part 2 of our Dyslexia series will explore the emotional and lifelong impacts of literacy difficulties, the benefits of using a scalable model for supporting literacy and discuss how to create accessible classrooms that build knowledge and confidence.
Dr Joanna Stanbridge
Free podcasts. Listen now!
Looking for more? Make sure you check out our free podcasts on Dyslexia recorded with Dyslexia is my Superpower author Margaret Rooke. Available now on Soundcloud!Listen on SoundCloud
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