Presented by Learning Links
Suitable for: School professionals
What’s it about?
Dyslexia is a type of learning difficulty related to reading accurately and fluently. Students with dyslexia can find classroom activities, homework and assignments difficult to complete. This whole day workshop will guide teachers through the process of assessing and diagnosing dyslexia, the implications of having dyslexia and ways in which to support students with this diagnosis. This course will be delivered by a teacher and psychologist.
Topics covered include:
– What is dyslexia?
– How is dyslexia diagnosed?
– What does dyslexia impact for students?
– Why does dyslexia occur?
– How can students with dyslexia be supported in classrooms?
– Successful programs and interventions for students with dyslexia
This course is suitable for primary and high school teachers, learning support teachers and teacher’s aides.