7:30pm, 21st Oct 2021 - 8:30pm, 21st Oct 2021
$0.00 Members | $0.00 Non-Members | $0.00 Specialist Teacher
Online registration has closed. If you would still like to register for this workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and we will email you the Zoom link.
In this workshop we will focus on understanding what dyslexia really is and how to best support dyslexic learners. We will look closely at how dyslexia is acknowledged in our community and schools and investigate the missing links to support all learners to be able develop reading, writing and spelling skills.
About the presenter
Leslie Keast-Patch is an educator, author and dyslexia and literacy specialist with over 30 years experience. In 2011, Leslie completed Postgraduate studies through Dyslexia Action (University of York) in the UK. She specialised in learning the evidence based practises of the Dyslexia Institute Literacy Program, a structured, explicit, multisensory approach to literacy learning. She has developed learning programs for schools, parents and tutors, including various books, online courses and resources to support teachers and learners.
Please note this workshop will be delivered online through the platform, Zoom. You will receive the Zoom workshop link via email on the morning of Thursday 21 October 2021. If you have not received an email by lunch time, please check your junk mail before you contact the office. This link is to be used solely by the registrant only and is not transferable.
IMPORTANT: Please ensure you have Zoom downloaded and updated prior to the workshop start time.