Dyslexia for Mainstream Second-level Teachers Spring 2019 Saturday, 26 January: Carrickmacross, Nuremore Hotel 10.00 – 15.00 Saturday, 2nd February: Stillorgan Talbot Hotel 10.00 – 15.00 Saturday, 9th February: Carlow Woodford Dolmen Hotel 10.00 – 15.00 This course is designed for two groups of teachers. 1. Teachers who have students with dyslexia in their classes. Given that dyslexia … Continue reading Dyslexia Courses for Secondary Teachers
The Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) is a third level alternative admissions scheme for school leavers whose disabilities have had a negative impact on their second level education. DARE offers reduced points places to school leavers who, as a result of having a disability, have experienced additional educational challenges in second level education. It … Continue reading DARE and access to college
We wish all our pupils, teachers and parents a very Happy New Year and look forward to meeting you all again at our first workshop of 2019 on Friday, 11th January at 5.30pm
We wish our pupils, teachers, board members and their families a very Happy Christmas.
Local man and Tech investor, Brendan Morrissey, has launched a new app to help dyslexic children with their homework, calendar and organisational skills. iDyslexic is a simple social network that allows the child, parent, teacher and case worker log into a secure classroom. It’s also a social network for anyone of any age living with … Continue reading iDyslexic Apps
Many thanks to Ms. Patsy Mc Grath and the super staff of AIB, High Street, Kilkenny who raised €263 for Kilkenny Dyslexia Workshop by holding a coffee morning with the staff on Friday, 28th October. We really appreciate their generosity and a special word of thanks to Patsy who is a great ambassador for the … Continue reading Super AIB Staff
Practical Strategies for living with ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia. Rivercourt Hotel, Kilkenny: Thursday, 29th November from 10am to 3pm Please see poster for full details.
The Dyslexia Workshop will resume for all students on Friday, 14th September at 5.30pm. Pauline will be in contact with parents next week. These are the dates for the two terms. TERM 1 (2018) September: 14, 21, 28 October: 5, 12, 19 CLOSED ON 26 October and 02 November November: 9, 16, 23, 30 December: … Continue reading Dyslexia Workshop Dates 2018 – 2019
Is there a Dyslexic advantage? #MondayMotivation https://t.co/t8r7KRKTIi — Exceptional Individuals (@exceptional_Ind) July 2, 2018
We are coming to the end of another busy and successful year in the workshop. Some of our students will be undertaking their Junior Certificate Examinations soon and we wish them every success. We thank all our pupils and tutors for their hard work and commitment over the last year. The success of our workshop depends largely on … Continue reading End of Year Barbecue
Over sixty people, attended a very successful seminar today in the Springhill Court Hotel organised by Kilkenny Dyslexia Workshop. The theme of the seminar was “Supporting pupils with dyslexia through primary and secondary education.” The guest speaker was Wyn Mc Cormack who herself is the mother of 3 sons with dyslexia. She is also a … Continue reading Dyslexia Seminar
The Workshop will be closed on Friday, 2nd March due to the adverse weather conditions.
Read this very useful article today, by Sarah Chapman who has dyslexia, who makes some very practical suggestions for dyslexic students at university. Read the full article here https://t.co/5TqFk55EQi
We are delighted to announce a morning seminar/conference for parents, teachers, guidance counsellors, psychologists and other professionals who support children with dyslexia. Our keynote speaker is Wyn Mc Cormack, who is a mother of 3 sons with dyslexia, is also a guidance counsellor, special education teacher, author of books dealing with dyslexia and who also … Continue reading Supporting Children with Dyslexia through Primary and Secondary Education
Ross O’ Dwyer is CEO and Co-Founder at Pundit Arena. In this article published in Linkedin he describes living with dyslexia from his early school days, through college and in his professional life. His mother’s advice to a parent of a child with dyslexia is very positive and encouraging. Hope you enjoy this true life … Continue reading Ross O’ Dwyer – 29 years with dyslexia and counting
Here is the Kilkenny Dyslexia Workshop Calendar for this term. Workshop Open January: 12th, 19th, 26th February: 2nd, 9th, 23rd March: 2nd, 9th, 16th April: 13th, 20th, 27th Workshop Closed February: 16th (mid-term) March: 23rd, 30th (Easter) April: 6th (Easter)
We held the draw for our Christmas Raffle on Friday, 15th December, the final workshop for this term. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the pupils and their parents for their very generous support of this fundraiser for our new photocopier and other resources. Also a big thank you to all our … Continue reading Christmas Raffle Winners
Our Christmas Raffle will take place in the workshop on Friday, 15th December. The raffle is to raise funds for the workshop and pay for new equipment (photocopier and reading kits) and to help parents raise funds for their workshop fees. We have great prizes and we would like to sincerely thank all our sponsors … Continue reading Christmas Raffle 2017
The workshop will re-open for students on Friday, 15th September at 5.30pm. Parents will receive confirmation by post soon.
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 … Continue reading Dyslexia Courses for Teachers
One opinion often expressed about the role of technology in education is “It’s not about the technology but about the pedagogy”. Too true! Technology is a very powerful tool and no less so in the area of teaching and learning. But like any other educational tool it is just a means to an end but … Continue reading Using technology to support children with learning difficulties