The discovery that your child has a learning difficulty can be a frightening, disorientating experience. Many parents worry that, although they feel they understand their child, they don’t feel they understand his dyslexia. Just as the hardworking dyslexic child is left with feelings of inadequacy after every class test, so his caring, dedicated parents are left feeling ineffectual when they sit down to help him with his homework.
- Richard Whitehead, Author of "Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If?"
Session 1: How can a gift cause a problem?
Session 2: Preparing yourself to learn
Managing your mind:
“Pay attention!” “But how?”
Optimising the home learning environment
Session 3: How do dyslexics think and learn?
Word thinking and picture thinking
The concept of ‘disorientation’
The problem with if
Session 4: Making it ‘stick’
Visualisation for reading comprehension
Punctuation as a reading skill
Retention of what has been read
Session 5: Creativity makes permanent
The role of creativity in learning
Clay modelling for mastery of words and ideas
Other creative learning methods
Session 6: Pulling it all together
Creating a complete support strategy for
your bright but struggling child
email me to secure a space and any weekday evenings that you need to avoid: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not leave it too late otherwise you may not receive the materials in time for the start of the course.
Reductions are available for a couple participating on a shared screen - contact me: email@example.com
Professional services described as Davis®, including Davis® Dyslexia Correction, Davis® Symbol Mastery, Davis® Orientation Counseling, Davis® Attention Mastery, Davis® Math Mastery, and Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners may only be provided by persons who are trained and licensed as Davis Facilitators or Specialists by Davis Dyslexia Association International.