Tag Archives: dyslexia

A reformed Dyslexic – growing up in the dark

Reprinted from Chapter 2: The Elephants in the Classroom – uncovering every student’s natural power of mental imagery to enhance learning My real passion is to alleviate and prevent much of the confusion that threatens to overwhelm students. Teachers and … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday: #2. Grounding and Learning

Listen to the brief recording here: https://youtu.be/IS3BtyW0RzA Being ungrounded when trying to learn or remember anything, looks roughly like this: loads of windows open, no structure, unable to concentrate, a bit wobbly and mounting confusion. Sound familiar? Whether you are … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – Remembering what you read and comprehension

Listen to a brief recording here: https://youtu.be/3Msac-H3J5Y There is a simple skill to remembering what you read and finding comprehension easy, which is available to everyone. Join us and find out the secrets using your own mental imagery. Listen to … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – Remembering what you read and comprehension

Listen to the brief recording here: https://youtu.be/3Msac-H3J5Y There is a simple skill to remembering what you read and finding comprehension easy, which is available to everyone. Join us and find out the secrets using your own mental imagery. Listen to … Continue reading

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Changing Dyslexia for a new decade

. Whilst so many children are being home schooled parents are having all sorts of challenges and are often realising just how much their children are struggling with literacy. This is an offer to you to take a different perspective … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – You are not born Dyslexic

Listen to the brief recording here: https://youtu.be/itkke285kpk You are born with fabulous mental imagery and neurodivergent thinking and learning that may turn into several learning difficulties. It is the creative, imaginative kids who develop Dyslexia pre or post going to … Continue reading

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Free webinar: How is it my child can read and not spell the same words?

There is a very simple reason as to why some children find reading reasonable and spelling so difficult.  It is unlikely you have been taught the reason for this in school or how to overcome these challenges. Joining us for … Continue reading

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7 poor processes for teaching word recognition

Word recognition is necessary for fluent reading.  But with an emphasis on phonics ONLY, word recognition is left either left to chance or not being taught well in school.  One of the first words you can be expected to read … Continue reading

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Learning Differences – How to Connect the Dots: Making a Real Difference for the Next Generation

Tuesday 21st January, 2020, at the Richmond NLP group,  with Olive Hickmott and learn how children learn best Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learning-differences-how-to-connect-the-dots-tickets-89493199569 Olive is a specialist expert mainly working with students. However, her work also applies to us, as coaches, NLP’ers and … Continue reading

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The joy of successful learning, even with Dyslexia

Children can achieve magic when given the right tools, that match their strengths.  Here are a couple of examples: To learn how to teach visualisation skills,  sign up for our newsletter at  http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk or join us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/empoweringlearning/Continue reading

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