It’s a common feature of the primary school classroom. The behavior chart on the wall, with children’s names on pegs.Continue reading
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Why does the Davis Method work?
Why does the Davis method work? Because it was developed by Ron Davis, who has dyslexia himself. He knows what it feels like to never fit in. He knows the frustration of living with a brain that works differently.
Are You a Dyslexic Perfectionist?
Perfectionism and dyslexia are connected. Perfectionism seems to develop during childhood when acceptance, approval, and affection are lacking.
When is a Child Ready for Learning?
Is my child ready to start first grade? This question is asked by every parent. If we are talking about a child with neurodivergent development, then I believe the later the better.
The nonsense of teaching nonsense words
Dyslexic children often experience difficulty with phonetic decoding. Researchers and educators use nonsense words – also called nonwords or psuedowords –
A Journey of Discovery
My work as a Davis Facilitator is a journey of discovery every time. Each client brings his or her own problems and therefore needs a solution that suits him or her exactly.