Just announced! Live dyslexia webinar with author Margaret Rooke. October 27th.
Date 7th Oct 2021
It’s estimated that 10% of children in the UK have dyslexia, which suggests that in a class of 30 children, three will be dyslexic. However, with the right support, the strengths and talents of these students can really shine.
Join us this month for our new live webinar: ‘Supporting and empowering children and teens with dyslexia’, taking place in support of Dyslexia awareness month and hosted by the inspirational author and dyslexia expert Margaret Rooke. This free webinar will be the opening session in our new webinar series 'Access the curriculum' which will focus on removing barriers to learning participation.
Webinar: Supporting and empowering children with dyslexia
Host: Margaret Rooke
Date: 27 October 2021
Who is this webinar for?
Aimed at teaching support staff, teachers and parents and carers too, this new live, interactive webinar from OLT will focus on a combination of the parent's perspective and Margaret's field research on children with Dyslexia. This engaging webinar will feature discussion, polls and an audience Q&A session, plus it will offer attendees the chance to gain insights and strategies about what a pupil with dyslexia needs to achieve across the curriculum.
What you will learn from our webinar:
- join in the discussion with a leading voice in dyslexia
- hear the voices of pupils and what they need to fully support their achievements in a variety of subjects
- get together with your peers and share ideas and questions during our live Q&A session
- discover the latest resources and further reading products to support your provision
- showcase evidence of your learning with a OLT CPD certificate.
Be among the first to book your place by registering for our event here. Remember, this opening webinar is free so be quick to secure your seat.
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