23rd February, 2023 (4:00pm - 5:00pm)
£30 per individual.
60 minute Online Learning workshop.
There are many assistive technology tools that can help a student with dyslexia and it can be a challenge to work out which, if any, are likely to be helpful.
This online course will explore how teachers, parents and learners can identify which technology can meet a learner’s individual needs. We focus on learners in the later years of primary school because this is often when literacy difficulties become a significant barrier to learning, and when we plan for transition to secondary education.
This course was held on the 23rd February, 2023 but you can still purchase a recording of the session.
You'll also receive all the resources that were sent out with the course.
Engineer and Educational Technologist
Paul is a Senior Research Fellow and has an engineering background. He's involved in CALL's assessment and support service for pupils, with a particular responsibility for access technology for pupils with physical disabilities; and for technology to enable students with dyslexia or literacy difficulties access the curriculum.