Sally Farley is a Teacher Trainer, Counsellor, Writer and SEN expert. She specializes in Inclusive Learning techniques and is currently researching into the qualities of a ‘good’ teacher from the dyslexic learner’s perspective. Assistive Technology and its value for supporting learners with SEN is another specialization, and Sally has recently completed a chapter on this subject for a new book on SEN in OUP’s Into The Classroom series.
Today, she previews her July 20th and 21st webinar ‘How can we use assistive technology to support students with dyslexia?’ in a short video blog explaining what you can expect when you attend this free session.
Assistive technology can make a real difference to students with dyslexia, helping them work more independently and overcome barriers to learning, like reading difficulties and memory problems.
This webinar looks at simple and effective ways you can include assistive technology in your teaching.
In this free-to-attend webinar, you can expect to –
- Learn how to harness technology in a productive way to support literacy and language learning for students with dyslexia at all levels
- Gain ideas for formative assessment using appropriate apps to monitor progress
- Embrace learning technology in simple, easy ways – no matter your budget
If you’d like to attend the webinar or receive a recording of one of the sessions, simply register at the link below.