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Sally Cooke – What is it like for a dyslexic student in a secondary classroom?

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Saturday 1 July 2017

Workshop facilitator

Sally Cooke

Name of Workshop

What is it like for a dyslexic student in a secondary classroom?

Who is it for

Teachers, therapists and parents

Brief synopsis of workshop

The aim of this workshop is to help you gain an understanding of the difficulties faced by a dyslexic student in the secondary classroom. It will include ideas on how to remove barriers to learning for dyslexic students, including a beginner’s guide to using an iPad/iPhone to support learning and organisation.

What you will get out of it:

An understanding of the difficulties facing a dyslexic student.

Profile of facilitator:

Sally is a Head of Learning Support at The Grammar School at Leeds and is a dyslexia specialist teacher-assessor. She has worked across the 3-18 range in several settings, including mainstream schools and Local Authority SEN Services. Sally also sits on an advisory panel for NASEN.

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