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- Karen Shaw on “Evidence Based” — But does it work?
- Craig Nisbet on Chat GPT: A Game-Changer for Dyslexics
- N/A on Dyslexia and Reading Science
- Kathryn Linafelter on Dyslexia and ADHD: Which Is It or Is It Both?
- Dale Martin Davison on Too Hard, Too Soon
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One More Thing to Try
Frustration. Irritation. Tears. And not just your child’s. Learning difficulties affect the whole family– especially the dedicated parents who are trying so hard to help.
Dyslexia’s Ongoing Impact in Adulthood
Explaining dyslexia is often done by focusing only on the dyslexic person. But understanding the role of the social environment is important because it makes us realize that we are not the problem.
Receiving comments, advice, pointers and feedback is an immensely important part of human learning and development.
Sam’s Davis Program
Sam is nearly thirteen, and despite having been in an intensive, structured literacy programme twice a week for over six years, he only had 10-15 sight words. I was desperate and couldn’t think how to help him.
The “Science of Reading” and Davis Methods
When something is backed by science, it implies “proof“. There are various ways this is done but in the areas of social science, evidence-based methods are used .and hence the term “Science of Reading” has emerged.