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Dyslexia Friendly Schools Good Practice Guide 2nd Edition

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Dyslexia Friendly Schools Good Practice Guide - 2nd Edition.

Edited by Linda Eastap and Joanne Gregory. Managing editor: Liz Horobin.

 

This second edition of the Dyslexia Friendly Schools Good Practice Guide is a celebration and collection of good practice. It contains ideas and strategies contributed by Dyslexia specialists working in a variety of fields and up-to-date information on co-occurring differences and neurodiversity.

The Guide explores the key areas of difficulty that dyslexic learners encounter and provides tools to help teachers identify students at risk of dyslexia. It provides guidance on how to implement dyslexia friendly teaching methods into everyday practice so that students are given the right building-blocks to help them become confident readers and able writers and includes a variety of photocopiable resources that teachers can use as they are, or adapt accordingly. Parents will find the section on 'Getting Support' particularly useful, as well as the information about when to decide on getting a full assessment and what they will entail.

The Dyslexia Friendly Schools Good Practice Guide is a valuable resource for teachers, classroom assistants, policy makers, parents, advisors and senior leadership teams.

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  1. 2nd edition of toolkit for schools 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jun 2018

    This is a very welcome update. It is easy to use and the language is really accessible for busy teachers and SENCOs. It has sensible and easy to implement advice, and hopefully will make a difference to classroom practice to support all students.


  2. practical and easy to implement 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd May 2018

    This book provide busy school staff with the understanding and practical strategies to support pupils with SPLD without a disproportionate increase in workload or resources. Realy easy to use.




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