As a dyslexic pupil and student Primary Teacher I feel passionate that the classroom should be a welcoming place for each individual, irrespective of how you learn. My top 10 tips for an inclusive classroom are: Allow children thinking time when asking them a question. Use a voluntary approach to reading out loud in classContinue reading “Top 10 tips for an inclusive classroom”
by a dyslexic student At school I didn’t think I was different to anyone else. I was not a low achiever but found exams stressful. I hated being asked to read aloud in class. I was a slow, not very fluent reader. I wasn’t very good at spelling and was rubbish at languages. I’m notContinue reading “My dyslexic college experience”
When I found out about having dyslexia, everything started to make sense to me, it wasn’t that I didn’t have the intelligence, it was that I didn’t have the right resources in place to help me learn and understand things the way I do now.
Why moving our blog will help the dyslexic community.
Leading on from my Part 1 blog, here is a list of my top 5 tips, that I want to share, in the hope that it might help other people. My Top 5 Tips Technology – I love Grammarly. My work pays for me to have the premium edition, which is great, but even theContinue reading “Me, Myself and I + Dyslexia (Part 2)”
Lindsay Miller on the struggles and successes in a dyslexic life journey.
Dyslexia need not be a barrier to achievement, success and a fulfilled life, writes Gemma about the recent Jay Blades documentary.
‘They’re well intentioned, but they don’t get it.’ Vin Arthey asks whether the non-dyslexic population might be missing the point.
It’s the small changes that make a big difference to us: top ten tips for inclusive workplaces.
What is dyscalculia? Scotland publishes its definition.