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”
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My dyslexic college experience
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”
Me, Myself and I + Dyslexia (Part 2)
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)”
Me, Myself and I + Dyslexia (Part 1)
Lindsay Miller on the struggles and successes in a dyslexic life journey.
Top 10 tips for an inclusive workplace
It’s the small changes that make a big difference to us: top ten tips for inclusive workplaces.
Scotland’s Census and the dyslexic community
The 2022 Census brings a historical opportunity to be inclusive of everyone.
My Neurodiversity Journey Part 3
David Yeoman explores part three of his dyslexia journey.
From bottom of the class to CEO
Ana Simion went from bottom to the class to CEO – here’s how she did it.
Helping churches to take part in Dyslexia Awareness Week Scotland 2021
Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) Scotland runs from 1-7 November. One of our members has created a toolkit for churches. Although it’s written with churches in mind, some of the content can be used by other faith communities.
High School Transition
Lorna writes about how she helped her son in his move up to high school. See her tips for parents of children moving to high school.