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The role of intuitive tech solutions

Tsachi Moshinsky discusses tech support for dyslexia.COVID-19 has impacted nearly every part of daily living , including extensive effects on education. For many months, educators,...

Can all children learn to read?

Ann Sullivan looks at reading capabilities in children.Whenever asked a question are you, like me, secretly hoping that the answer will be a simple one...

Why Teaching Children to Read is Not the Answer

Bambi Gardiner, founder of Oaka books, discusses the benefits of developing and publishing resources designed specifically for dyslexic children. Literacy is the foundation that the...

Reality check

Inclusive books help to normalise disability and SEN and can be inspiring for children and families, writes Rose Robbins

Focussing on phonics

Debbie Hepplewhite offers some practical ideas to support the evaluation of phonics provision in class

Hydrocephalus: parents under pressure

Jan Tippett provides five top tips for supporting a child’s pre-school development at home Hydrocephalussounds like an uncommon neurological condition but as many as one in...

Enabling technology for dyslexic learners

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

Literacy in the early years

Ofsted’s Bold Beginnings report on Reception teaching was controversial, but it may ultimately serve to open some eyes and minds, writes Debbie Hepplewhite

Assessing dyslexia

Gavin Reid and Jennie Guise discuss barriers to learning facing people with dyslexia and how these can be overcome.

Play to your strengths

Oliver Selby talks to entrepreneur Georgina Hurcombe about her journey with dyslexia

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