How to Differentiate your Curriculum to Support, Engage and Improve Learning by DYSLEXIC Students
Presented by: Leonie Hehir
Event Information: 6 PD Hours Satisfying VIT's Special Needs Plan
Despite increased knowledge about this specific learning difficulty, effective teaching and support of these students in schools is still inadequate. What you do as a teacher can make an enormous difference in their success and emotional wellbeing.
This workshop will explore how to differentiate your curriculum and explore alternate teaching activities to engage and support dyslexic students resulting in their full participation.
• what the neurological basis for dyslexia is
• how to identify dyslexia
• how to design individualized remedial resources
• how to understand the dyslexic student's strengths
• how to use accommodation, modification and assistive technologies to assist them
|Monday May 8th, 2017|
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
489 Elizabeth St, Melbourne
|For Teachers and Education Support Staff ( Prep to Yr 8 )|
About the Presenter
Leonie Hehir is a Psychologist with over 10 years' experience in schools working with children with learning difficulties. She has been at the forefront of research into the diagnosis and remediation of these challenges which impact on children from all levels of intelligence. She is passionate about introducing new teaching styles and techniques which take advantage of visual and sensory learning strategies. She has also written a book on a visually based spelling technique.