This authoritative work provides insights about dyslexia from around the world and from over eighty international specialists from places as diverse as Hong Kong, Sweden, Thailand and Spain. The book showcases the various examples, expertise, and successful initiatives undertaken to include students with dyslexia around the world.
The authors address common myths and beliefs about dyslexia, policy, legislation and teacher training, as well as issues around inclusion, teacher training and the prevalence of dyslexia in juvenile detention.
Gad Elbeheri is the Founder and Chairman of Global Education Consultants, Egypt and Lee Siang is the CEO of the Dyslexia Association of Singapore and a member of the Global Partners Committee representing Singapore.
This academic text will be of interest to students, researchers, teachers and other educational professionals who need access to current guidance on dyslexia awareness, training and interventions, drawing on the best of international research and practice and learning from eminent leaders and practitioners. It contains a wealth of knowledge and expertise and provides the reader with insight into perspectives of dyslexia in different countries.
Editors: G. Elbeheri and L. Siang
Publishers: Routledge International Handbooks