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Join relevant professional association Viewed

Join one of the professional associations such as PATOSS or the Dyslexia Guild to help ensure up-to-date knowledge of recent developments in the field.

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Working on a reading activity with a learner Viewed

: Watch the phonics screening test teachers training video and work through the Inclusion Development Programme’s Module 1 Dyslexia - Understanding and supporting Reading.

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Exploring decoding Viewed

Explore how different learners approach decoding between letters and sounds, using a multisensory cumulative phonetic programme in one-to-one work with a Dyslexic-SpLD learner.

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Looking for commonalities in writing Viewed

Using existing diagnosed learners in your setting, compare examples of their writing.

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Interventions for Literacy Viewed

Available interventions

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Mentoring and supporting a colleague Viewed

Consider mentoring a less experienced colleague and supporting them in their work with a specific learner with an identified literacy difficulty.

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Conducting Action Research Viewed

Identify a strategy for supporting a Dyslexic-SpLD learner in your workplace and conduct a specific Action Research project with an interested colleague. See Framework User’s Guide for suggestions on how to measure the success of you and your colleagues

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Explore Literacy Interventions Viewed

Explore Literacy Interventions with your learners and observe any impact this may have.

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Use ‘A Framework for Understanding Dyslexia’ Viewed

Thinking of a particular learner, read through ‘A Framework for Understanding Dyslexia’(Theories of Dyslexia) and assess which theory is most helpful to you in understanding your learner.

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Develop multisensory strategies for action research in individual classrooms. Viewed

Accessible Case Studies from an NUT project, following teachers trialling Thinking Skills in the classroom. These can be used to develop multisensory strategies for action research in individual classrooms.

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