Thu, 25 Nov

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Online free lecture with Q&A

Making it stick: how dyslexics can master their school subjects without drill or repetition

PACIFIC-FRIENDLY TIMING: Many bright picture-thinkers struggle to retain knowledge from their school subjects. And yet some simple adjustments can make learning permanent and enjoyable, avoiding the need for tedious drill or repetition. A compact presentation followed by extended Q&A.

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Making it stick: how dyslexics can master their school subjects without drill or repetition

Time & Location

25 Nov 2021, 19:30 – 26 Nov 2021, 20:30

Online free lecture with Q&A

About the Event

Many bright, creative children struggle to assimilate their school subject learning. Some repeatedly experience working hard to learn the material, only to find that the material has been "wiped" from their mind in a test scenario. Exam anxiety and test phobia are a common consequence. Both children and their parents can struggle to understand why this is happening, let alone identify a solution.

This presentation shows how this problem can be effectively and comprehensively addressed. The insights and techniques described in this mini-presentation are based around the pioneering "Gift of Dyslexia" Davis methods. While not essential, reading or browsing "The Gift of Dyslexia" by Ronald Davis and/or "Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If?" by Richard Whitehead will multiply the benefit that you derive from this session. Both are available from our online bookstore.

The presentation is content-rich and compact enough to allow for extensive questions and answers within the allocated hour.

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