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Nurturing a child with ASD

As a mother of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and a specialist SEN teacher, Krista Dadford understands the joys and challenges of...

Connections

Jessica Sinarski on the power of attachment in school. Relationships are inextricably linked to learning. As the old saying goes, "Kids don't care how much...

DSA funding for dyslexic students

Funding is available, but needs to be more widely publicised, says Jennifer Willows. With rising diagnoses and an increased awareness of the challenges facing students...

OK, but what now?

A diagnosis of ADHD can be helpful, but what happens next? Kate King has answers. Every child's experience of ADHD is different, and every child...

Top tips for AAC interactions

Sarah McPoland collates tips from AAC users for people who have not previously encountered AAC. AAC is an abbreviation of Augmentative and Alternative Communication and...

There’s more to handwriting than you think

Sue Smits on cultivating cursive competence. The questions I am most frequently asked are 'What are the main causes of messy handwriting?' and 'How can...

Digital devices for literacy

Yvonne Dalorto on using digital devices for shaping individual learning in the classroom. Digital devices can play a crucial role in supporting children with special...

Books for dyslexia

The BookTrust’s Diana Gerald on sharing books and stories, and the benefits at different stages for a child with dyslexic child. An enjoyment of books...

We’re building a reading culture

Let's make libraries more accessible, says Alison Tarrant, CEO of the School Library Association. Building an authentic reading culture and an inclusive school library can...

Success builds successful learners

Sarah Singleton on precision teaching for accelerating learning. Precision teaching is a research-based intervention often highly recommended by educational psychologists and specialist teachers to help...

Book Reviews

Teaching Dyslexic Students: Theory and Practice

Lynn Lovell is head of Professional Practice at the British Dyslexia Association. She has completed an MA in Specific Learning Difficulties with a focus...

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