Autism Diary Week Two
Part two in our four part Autism Diary series Read Part One Tuesday 30th For some days, H.V. has been getting out of his seat and running through to the toilets across the corridor, turning on all the taps and putting his hands under the water, squealing with what seems like excitement and has to … Continued
Supporting Struggling Writers #2
Words and Pictures The title is a reference for those old enough to remember the name of the educational T.V. programmes of the same name. In the first article we mentioned ‘Talking Pictures’, that is the use of images and video, as a stimulus to help students generate discussion and record their ideas related to … Continued
Supporting Struggling Writers #1
In this series of posts we look at how we can support pupils who struggle with writing and look at some resources and ways of working that could be used with a range of ages. In this post we consider general solutions, in further posts we will look at how some specific solutions could be … Continued
TO READ OR BE READ TO?
To read or be read to, that is the question, at least it is when it comes to using a Screen Reader for exams that test reading. Can a screen reader be used by a student in such a test or exam, when this is their usual, normal and established way or working?