Understanding and Responding to Reading Difficulties, including Dyslexia - SPELD NSW

Supporting children and adults with specific learning difficulties

Understanding and Responding to Reading Difficulties, including Dyslexia

Understanding And Responding to Reading Difficulties, including Dyslexia 

Why do some people struggle with reading and what can we do to support those students in our classrooms?

What is this course about?

In this workshop, you will gain an understanding of why reading is a challenge for some students. You will learn about how to identify students who are struggling with reading and the different reasons that students struggle with reading. We will explore resources you can access to support students, families, and teachers, and what structures can be put in place to ensure that no child is left behind.

Why should I do this course?

If you want to understand the different subtypes of reading difficulties and support you can provide to students with different learning needs, then this course is for you!

Who should do this course?

Learning Support teachers who are looking to build their expertise in identifying and supporting struggling readers.

Classroom teachers who want to better understand why some students struggle with reading.

What will I get from this course?

A Reading profiles checklist that helps you understand your learners and consider how to best support them.

 

 

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Understanding And Responding To Reading Difficulties, including Dyslexia – Parramatta

WHEN: 4.00pm - 6.00pm,

7 March 2023

An introduction to why some people struggle with reading and what we can do to support them in our classrooms.

Understanding And Responding To Reading Difficulties, including Dyslexia – Online

WHEN: 3.30pm - 5.30pm,

16 May 2023

An introduction to why some people struggle with reading and what we can do to support them in our classrooms.

Understanding And Responding To Reading Difficulties, including Dyslexia – Online

WHEN: 3.30pm - 5.30pm,

3 August 2023

An introduction to why some people struggle with reading and what we can do to support them in our classrooms.
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