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Dyslexia Duncanrig Professional Development

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Dyslexia Duncanrig Professional Development

Dyslexia Duncanrig Professional Development

Author user deactivated posted on january 19, 2017 categories cpd, dyslexia, learning, professional update, resources, sharing good practice, teaching leave a comment on dyslexia scotland announces a great new literacy resource duncanrig learning and teaching workshops november 21st 2016. It brings together academic staff from the university with education practitioners in schools to create resources which are suitable for use in the broad general education. the resources are located in a number of curricular areas such as social studies, modern languages, rme and technologies. this project is funded by the university of glasgow. 8. ‘select, elect’. another revision strategy that gets students thinking hard about their revision is ‘ select, elect ‘. in simple terms, you get students to ‘select’ the most salient facts, ideas, concepts, or terms, from a given revision topic, before then asking them to ‘elect’ what they deem the most significant knowledge. Skills development scotland provide professional learning for schools, local authorities and community organisations. most schools are making good use of these opportunities to embed the ces and build the capacity of teaching staff. the delivery of career education within the curriculum and ces entitlements is not yet consistent across all schools. Another study, by british researcher nick perham, found that playing music you like can lift your mood and increase your motivation — if you listen to it before getting down to work. but it serves as a distraction from cognitively demanding tasks like learning new material or trying to memorise information. this is a very important distinction.

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Duncanrig Secondary School What It’s Like Being Dyslexic

in this video pupil support captains, rebecca scott and sophie clow tell us more about what it is like to have dyslexia. dyslexia #formfilling #promotion in today's video i give you insight and tips to deal with the annual work appraisal. if you have to mark dyslexia awareness week the pupil support captains have been learning more about dyslexia in order to share the pupil support captain rebecca scott goes into personal details about what it is like for her being dyslexic. in the final presentation of this week, the pupil support captains discuss how we identify dyslexia in young people at duncanrig pupil support captain sophie clow shares her personal experiences of having dyslexia. this video provides information on how to support dyslexic students in the classroom at different grade levels. guest speaker: peter kosko, assistant director, exceptional student education at rock hill schools in south carolina the this video explains what allowable accommodations are available to students with dyslexia in mississippi

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