Investigate how to identify leaners in your setting that might experience dyslexia/SpLD in one language but not another.
Investigate joining a relevant special interest group, discussion forum or any other relevant network associated connected with dyslexia/SpLD.
Investigate the different ways of monitoring the progress of learners with dyslexia/SpLD against targets and teaching plan.
Investigate the methods for working effectively with the parents, carers, families, peers and friends of learners Viewed
Investigate the methods used in your setting for working effectively with the parents, carers, families, peers and friends of learners with dyslexia/SpLD.
Investigate various multi-sensory programmes available that support learners with dyslexia/SpLD’.
For additional reading on theories see the article: Paulesu, E., et al. (1996). Is developmental dyslexia a disconnection syndrome? Evidence from PET scanning. Brain, 119, 1, 143-157.
Join a relevant online forum Viewed
Join a relevant online forum such as the SENCO Forum (open to all professionals interested in the field) to keep up to date with developments.
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.
Kara Tointon documentary Viewed
The Lamb Inquiry (2009) informs on good practice and includes recommendations for strengthening partnerships with parents.