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Reframing dyslexia through the lens of giftedness

David C. Hall suggests educators should reconsider how to unlock the potential of students with dyslexia. According to a statistic by the Dyslexia Center of...

From troubled dyslexic to cool martial artist

Joe's own account of his personal journey. I only started at it last year. It was when school went back after the summer holidays, there...

Practical Activities and Ideas For Parents Of Dyslexic Kids and Teens

The authors have extensive experience in the fields of literacy, dyslexia, learning skills and mindfulness. In this book, they have compiled 70 activities to...

Exploring Science with Dyslexic Children and Teens: Creative, multi-sensory ideas, games...

Diana Hudson has taught science in secondary school for over 35 years. She has training and experience in working with neurodiverse students and has...

Supporting dyslexic learners beyond a year of learning loss

Rick Bell highlights the lack of access to assistive technology for younger learners. Amidst the disruption to education caused by the pandemic, there has been a...

The dyslexia challenge

Helen Ross looks at the role of SEN specialists in supporting families with dyslexic children 

Are dyslexia assessments really necessary?

Catherine Wright argues that a detailed understanding of a learner’s abilities and attainment is essential for effective intervention

Enabling technology for dyslexic learners

Victoria Crivelli, Malcolm Litten and Abi James look at how assistive technology can help people with dyslexia to learn

A culture of success for dyslexics

Schools must create an ethos which enables learners with dyslexia to achieve, writes Jules Daulby

Teaching handwriting to dyslexic pupils

Gina Brooks challenges popular conceptions about the teaching of handwriting, spelling and reading for dyslexic pupils

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...