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Dyslexia Session 2: Teaching learners with language processing and memory difficulties 2022110W is a Course

Dyslexia Session 2: Teaching learners with language processing and memory difficulties 2022110W

Aug 11, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022

$300 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Thursday 11 August, 2022 11.00 am to 1.00 pm

Delivery mode

Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event

Audience 

This learning event is right for you if you are a teacher who wants to learn how to assist a student with dyslexia-related numeracy difficulties to master components of the Number and Algebra strand.

Description                                  

This webinar focuses on topic specific strategies that can be used to help the student with dyslexia related numeracy difficulties to master components of the Number and Algebra strand. Participants will look at activities and resources that can aid the recall of number facts and procedures, and understanding of fractions, algebra and time. The emphasis will be on multi sensory strategies and experiences and whole-to-part learning.

Schools are required to make reasonable adjustments to meet the needs of students with disability and this includes dyslexia.

This learning event supports creating best practice toward meeting the following VRQA standard(s):

  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Student learning outcomes                                                                                

 

Relevant Australian professional standards for teachers

1.  Know students and how they learn

3.  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

4.  Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments

 

Key takeaways               

  • a knowledge of resources and activities that can be used to assist students with dyslexia related difficulties mastery of the components of the Number and Algebra strands.

 

Presenter information

Shirley Houston

Shirley Houston is an educational consultant with over 35 years of teaching experience and a Masters degree in Special Education. She is a long-standing Board member of The Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation of Western Australia. Shirley has established a reputation as a caring, dynamic and innovative educator whose programs reflect both current research and a deep understanding of the needs of students with learning difficulties and disabilities. She has taught students in years K-12 at government, Catholic and Independent schools, in Australia and in America.