Mon, 11 Oct | Mini-webinar followed by Q&A session

Making it stick: how dyslexics can master their school subjects without drill or repetition

ASIA-FRIENDLY TIMING Many bright picture-thinkers struggle to retain knowledge from their school subjects. And yet some simple adjustments can make learning permanent and enjoyable, avoiding the need for tedious drill or repetition. A compact presentation followed by extended questions and answers.
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Making it stick: how dyslexics can master their school subjects without drill or repetition

Time & Location

11 Oct, 19:30 – 20:30 GMT+5:30
Mini-webinar followed by Q&A session

About the Event

Richard Whitehead is a Davis Dyslexia Programme Specialist and Director of Davis Learning Foundation. In addition to twenty years working professionally with the Davis methods, Richard worked for six years as a Special Educational Needs Coordinator in the secondary sector and for over a decade as a classroom teacher. In his book, "Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If? — The Dyslexic Blueprint for the Future of Education", he brings together his many strands of experience in special educational needs support to provide key insights and strategies, based on the Davis methods, for teachers and proactive parents of bright but struggling learners.

The techniques described in this mini-presentation are based around the pioneering "Gift of Dyslexia" Davis methods. While not essential, reading or browsing "The Gift of Dyslexia" by Ronald Davis and/or "Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If?" by Richard Whitehead will multiply the benefit that you derive from this session. Both are available from our online bookstore.

The presentation is content-rich and compact enough to allow for extensive questions and answers within the allocated hour.

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