Supporting Children with Dyslexia - 2nd Edition
An updated resource for teachers, TAs, SENCOs and other Educational Professionals supporting pre-school, primary and secondary aged children on the dyslexic spectrum.
With a wealth of specialist knowledge including identification, practical strategies, parental advice and materials for professional development, this really is a valuable go-to resource.
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Completely revised and updated in the light of the new 2014 SEND Code of Practice, this resource provides valuable advice and resources for teachers, TAs and SENCOs who are supporting pupils on the dyslexic spectrum. It will help educational professionals looking for expert guidance and strategies, as well as providing a professional development tool which will encourage outstanding practice at all levels.
Spanning pre-school, primary and secondary teaching, this book covers the key areas to be considered when supporting pupils with dyslexia, including:
- How to identify a young person with dyslexia
- Practical strategies for pre-school, primary and secondary settings
- Useful advice to give to parents and carers of children and young people with dyslexia
- Useful materials for continual professional development
Featuring helpful checklists, templates and photocopiable resources, this book provides guidance and practical strategies for identifying and supporting young people with dyslexia that will be of use to teachers, TA’s SENCOs and other educational professionals.
Authors: Hilary Bohl – has been a teacher of Special Needs for 25 years, She has taught in special and mainstream schools and spent two years with VSO in Thailand helping to develop the Special Needs Teacher training Programme. For the last 16 years, Hilary has been working for the Special Needs Support Service in Kingston upon Hull. She now works independently in mainstream schools as a SEN specialise teacher.
Sue Hoult – has worked as a class teacher for 26 years in mainstream primary school and as a SENCO. For the last 15 years, she has worked for the Special Needs Support Service at Hull City Council. During this time, she also worked for the Early Years Team as an Early Years Area SENCO. She now works as an independent SEN consultant offering advice and support to mainstream primary schools and as a SENCO in a mainstream primary school.
Publishing date: 2016