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Why multi-sensory input is important to effective learning and remembering.

Using as Many senses as we can when  learning can help us remember more efficiently and effectively! ‘I’m going to be so annoyed with myself when I hear the answer… I know I have heard this and I should know it!’ At present, during lock down I’m using this phrase several times a week, because of… Continue reading Why multi-sensory input is important to effective learning and remembering.

Dyslexia... · Education · home schooling · Parenting · Quality first teaching · Teaching · Uncategorized · writing

What skills do we need to be a successful learner?

  To be a successful learner of any kind, whether this is academically or practically you need to have some key ‘critical skills’ and you need to develop behaviors that help you learn! POSITIVE LEARNING behaviors are the foundations to being able to move yourself forward and learn any new skill but to develop and… Continue reading What skills do we need to be a successful learner?

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Accidental Writing ideas to get you through Lock Down!

Did you know the BEST way to learn is to learn accidentally.. without even realising it! When we are relaxed and interested and MOTIVATED and INSPIRED! Dyslexics are GREAT outside the box thinkers and we know often they do not enjoy school because of the structure and constraints of the curricum! How many times have… Continue reading Accidental Writing ideas to get you through Lock Down!