Working with Dyspraxic Students at Secondary School
Dyspraxia makes organisational skills difficult and an awareness of time challenging, study skills adapted to the needs of the dyspraxia learner can aid the student to take more effective control of their learning
This course is delivered by a dyspraxic person - Louise Green, who has years of experience of supporting and adapting study skills to dyspraxic students. She has developed strategies that specifically target the organisational skills and difficulties that the learners face in terms of their awareness of time. She will demonstrate that evidence-based intervention strategies can be effective in enabling the student to cope with the demands of the curriculum.