Looking at imaginative and visual ways in addressing your studies, revision and general academic activities. Dyslexia, ADHD, learning differences etc.
Studying is hard work! but it doesn’t need to be quite so tough, with some of the ideas in this blog you could be on your way to happier study times. Davey who is dyslexic and a lecturer at Lancaster University has put together some articles with his ideas and proven techniques Continue reading “Creative Study Skills and Educational Support”
Previously i’ve posted about Dyslexia friendly fonts and a browser extension called OpenDyslexic i know some people dont like that font so i’ve tried a few others on my chromebook if they are on your platform opera, firefox, windows or ios please let us know on Facebook so i can add that information.
all the addons are free and tested on Chrome browser and from the chrome web store
This checklist (ADOchecklist right click & save as) was developed in conjunction with Professor Tim Miles OBE of Bangor University following empirical research by Dr Ross Cooper of LLU+, London South Bank University. This checklist does not attempt to record the talents, skills or potential linked with dyslexia.
The checklist is organised around some of the key difficulties
experienced by people with dyslexia in terms of reading, spelling, memory,
organisation and sequencing. A more formal assessment may confirm the
presence of dyslexia.
to Download the ADO checklist right click save link as or click the link to open in a new tab ADO Checklist pdf
Exam time can be very stressful and difficult, but not anymore our friend and dyslexic academic Davey Curnow-Garland has produced this excellent video
Creative and visual ways to exam revise, improve marks, memory and reduce stress. Ideal for dyslexics, those with english as second language and other learning needs.
head over to Daveys youtube channel for more