For a dyslexic, learning in the traditional classroom can be a really disheartening process.
(PRWEB UK) 21 August 2012
The free 4 part webinar series, starting on August 30th, will focus on core issues that dyslexics experience in education and learning.
The webinars will be hosted by two dyslexics. Patrick Wilson (CEO of http://www.thetutorcrowd.com, dyslexia teacher and entrepreneur) and Steven Milner (published dyslexia author, and editor of http://dyslexiawayofthinking.co.uk ). Both presenters have first hand experience of the condition, and have learnt strategies and techniques to work with their dyslexia effectively.
Patrick, whose tutoring methodology has previously been feature in The Times and The Daily Mail said:
“For a dyslexic, learning in the traditional classroom can be a really disheartening process. However, if a student is taught to understand their dyslexia, they can learn to work with their dyslexia, and the potential for results are enormous. If any dyslexic student has ever been disappointed by their results after increasing their efforts, then this webinar series is for them.”
The webinar topics will include:
- Webinar 1: Understanding Dyslexia (differences in the way a dyslexic brain works, differences in memory, writing, problem solving and structuring).
- Webinar 2: Working effectively with dyslexia (reading, writing & memorisation techniques for dyslexics).
- Webinar 3: Dyslexic exam techniques (planning, modelling, paraphrasing, structuring).
- Webinar 4: Dyslexia for parents & teachers (synopsis of the key issues, psychology and stress of dyslexia).
For more information on the webinars, or to sign up, please visit http://www.thetutorcrowd.com/dyslexia-webinars
About Dyslexia Way of Thinking & The Tutor Crowd:
The Tutor Crowd was launched in 2008 by Patrick Wilson. It previously traded under the brand name Fox Tuition. The Tutor Crowd provide online tutoring services for both dyslexic and non-dyslexic students who are looking to improve their grades. Dyslexiawayofthinking was launched by Steven Milner in 2008. Steven has been researching dyslexia for over 10 years. He runs an extremely popular blog and has one of the largest and most engaged Dyslexia focused Facebook sites on the web