Dyslexia Courses for Teachers

Courses for Secondary School Teachers 2017

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) is offering a one-day course specifically designed for teachers of second level students. . It will be relevant to both mainstream teachers and those working in Resource, Learning Support or Guidance Counselor capacities. Topics covered will include:

  • Dyslexia at second level and how it affects students
  • Identification and assessment
  • Classroom strategies
  • Whole school policies which support the student with dyslexia and the development of literacy
  • Educational support structures such as language exemptions, reasonable accommodations and educational choices

Dublin Course – March 4th

 

Courses for Primary School Teachers 2017

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland runs Dyslexia Courses for Primary School Teachers. Places on these courses are limited so early application is advisable, and we run these courses several times each year, in different locations, in response to demand.

These courses are offered to qualified primary level teachers who are registered or eligible for registration with the Teaching Council. The course may be of particular relevance to Learning Support and Resource Teachers. At the end of the course teachers will have an understanding of what dyslexia is, how it can be identified and how it can be supported in classrooms and schools.

Courses can be booked online via the links given below:

  • Dublin Teachers’ Course ( January/ February 2017):

 

The Dublin Teacher’s Course will commence on Saturday 28th January. This course runs over three consecutive Saturdays, from 9.30am to 4pm each day.

 

Limerick Teachers Course (February/March 2017)

 

The Limerick Teacher’s Course will commence on Saturday 25th February. This course runs over three consecutive Saturdays, from 10.00am to 4pm each day.

 

Founded in 1972, the Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) works with and for people affected by dyslexia, by providing information, offering appropriate support services, engaging in advocacy and raising awareness of dyslexia. More information on the above courses at www.dyslexia.ie or info@dyslexia.ie

 

 

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