Removing Dyslexia as a Barrier to Achievement
As an increasing interest and need in the means to address dyslexic students learning needs becomes more widespread, in the educational and wider community, the arrival of this text toolkit adds to the body of resources available for use by educators.
New Zealand teachers and specialists within the educational field will find that this toolkit reflects familiar philosophical and practise approaches that may be usefully applied within an inclusive classroom practise model.
This is a practitioner friendly resource with clearly laid out sections relating to specific areas of learning need addressed within the text format.............
.............By drawing together various familiar and innovative strategies to apply to learning needs experienced by students dealing with dyslexia, into a coherent practitioner friendly framework the author is offering a toolkit which will be found useful by teacher training institutions, beginning teachers, experienced classroom teachers as well as specialist and support educators in itinerant and school based roles.
Review by Ruth Jones R.T.L.B.
( M.Ed Psych, BA, Post Grad Dip Teaching)
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