Struggling with reading (and spelling) at a young age can leave children with low confidence and feeling frustrated in the classroom. Students with learning difficulties such as dyslexia require well-designed targeted, sequential and engaging instruction which, if introduced at the right age, can make a significant difference to the academic outcomes achieved.
Nessy has been making dyslexia friendly software for 30 years and is dedicated to promoting early identification to ensure that children get the help they need.
In this session, parents and teachers can see the games-based approach to learning that has helped children across the globe as they learn to read and spell. Participants will be able to ask any questions they may have about Nessy’s range of programs and how they can help their child (or children).
TIME: Doors open at 9.30am for a 10am start. Workshop runs for 2 hours.
COST: Free for SPELD NSW Members, Non-Members – $10