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Understanding your Psychometric Assessment Report

Understanding your Psychometric Assessment Report

A psychometric assessment report provides a detailed roadmap for supporting your child. It can be used by teachers, tutors, specialists, families and anyone working with your child.

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Thursday 26th November 2020    


Transition from School to University

Transition from School to University

As we come to the end of a year that has tested us in every way possible, Dyslexic students in year 12 face an exciting new frontier: life after school.

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Thursday 19th November 2020    


What does metacognition look like in the classroom?

What does metacognition look like in the classroom?

Metacognition is the ability to monitor, adjust and reflect on our own learning. This is a process that most of us go through every day without even noticing. When we weigh up strategies to tackle a problem or reflect on why we did something metacognition is at work.

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Thursday 29th October 2020    


Evidence for Learning Toolkit

Evidence for Learning Toolkit

We know that the most effective teaching and intervention is rooted in evidence-based practices. But what exactly are those practices and where is the evidence to support them?

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Thursday 15th October 2020    


Making sense of sight words and high frequency words

Making sense of sight words and high frequency words

On a near daily basis we get calls from parents confused about sight words. Why does their child struggle to remember them? Are they important? Why are some decodable words also sight words? Are sight and high frequency words the same thing? Let’s shed some light on how to tackle these troublesome words.

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Thursday 10th September 2020    


LETRS Online Delivery for the Eastern States

LETRS Online Delivery for the Eastern States

The LETRS course includes eight units of study, typically completed across two years.

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Monday 17th August 2020    


Cuisenaire Rods

Cuisenaire Rods

Cuisenaire Rods are a multisensory approach to addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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Wednesday 12th August 2020    


Screening for Dyslexia

Screening for Dyslexia

The NCIL, a U.S. Department of Education funded partnership seeks to improve knowledge of evidence-based approaches in screening, identifying, and supporting students with literacy-related disabilities, including dyslexia.

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Thursday 6th August 2020    

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