by Costa Costantinou
This course will promote an understanding of what Dyslexia is and how it presents itself in the primary classroom and identified. Participants gain an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses faced by a Dyslexic learner. Ideas and strategies are provided on how best to support students in class and what adjustments can be made.
The traditional model of SEN students being supported by the SEN department has changed. Supporting SEN is now a whole school responsibility with class teachers being the first wave of inclusive quality first teaching. This highly practical course will provide instantly useable resources, tools, and strategies that schools can use to immediately reduce unnecessary barriers to learning. It will also provide the resources to empower all staff to support SEN students as part of their everyday practise.