Thu, 24 Mar

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Online free lecture with Q&A

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

AUSTRALIA-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

24 Mar, 20:00 – 21:00 GMT+10:30

Online free lecture with Q&A

About the Event

Based on his work and extensive experience as an educator working  with neurodiverse learners, Richard Whitehead has written a book called  'Why "Tyrannosaurus" but not 'if"?', researching how these individuals  learn. He with other professionals and colleagues has  developed an  innovative blueprint for helping dyslexics and those with learning  differences  of all ages, particularly those in high school and tertiary  education – so often forgotten –  to understand and retain their  knowledge in a fun and easy way, that works best for them.

Hear how it's done, and why it works!'

Why "Tyrannosaurus" but not "if"?

Gone are the days and nights and long hours of study, and cramming  for tests and exams!  With this new way of learning and retaining  information at a higher level of thinking than rote learning and  memorisation uses, student results can improve,  and self confidence  increase.

And both their stress and yours  is significantly eased.

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

Presented by Jan Stead

Jan is a licensed Davis Dyslexia Programme Facilitator based in Gladstone, South Australia. She has been personally trained by Richard Whitehead to present the "Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If?" course for parents of bright but struggling learners

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