Issue 14: March 2023 Dystinct Magazine Paid Members Public
Dystinct magazine's 14th issue: March 2023 is available to download on Apple and Android devices. The issue covers inspirational stories from children and adults with learning difficulties (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dysgraphia and dyspraxia).
Issue 14: Dystinct Journey of William Jack (Pizza Rebillion) Paid Members Public
The journey of William Jack, the dyslexic entrepreneur behind the Sussex-based robotic pizza vending machine company called Pizza Rebellion that won the Best UK Business Innovation award at the Pizza, Pasta and Italian Food Association awards in 2022.
Issue 14: Without Words: Immerse Your Child Into the World of a Wordless Picture Book's Wondrous Artistic Adventures | Joanna Migo Paid Members Public
Joanna Migo demonstrates how the wondrous world of wordless picture books introduces children to metacognitive reading strategies while promoting visual literacy, imagination, and language development, paving the way for later reading success.
Issue 14: ADHD, Executive Function Challenges, and Behavioral Challenges in the Classroom | Cindy Goldrich Paid Members Public
Cindy Goldrich discusses the social and emotional impact of ADHD and Executive Function challenges on learning, motivation, behavior, and the family system and provides strategies for teachers and parents to support children with ADHD in the classroom.
Issue 14: Nurturing Neurodiversity and Empowering Neurodiverse Learners to Drive Their Own Brains | Sarah Sharpe Paid Members Public
Sarah Sharpe discusses the importance of adopting a strengths-based approach when addressing the learning needs of neurodiverse individuals and provides practical tips on how educators can ensure neurodiverse students are provided with every opportunity to reach their full potential.
Issue 14: Teaching the Alphabetic Principle with a Speech-To-Print Approach | Holly Ehle Paid Members Public
Holly Ehle discusses what current research reveals about how the brain processes and stores phonemes and graphemes in the brain and what implications that science has for classroom instruction that seeks to teach letter-sound correspondences and the alphabetic principle.
Issue 14: Dystinct Journey of Nolan Courchaine Paid Members Public
The story of nine-year-old Nolan Courchaine, the determined young boy from Indiana, USA, who has taken up running as a means to raise funds to give back to his school which has played a significant role in his academic and social development.
Issue 14: Understanding Executive Functions - The Impact of Task Initiation Difficulties | Helen Trethewey Paid Members Public
Helen Trethewey explains how task initiation, an executive functioning skill, can be a genuine difficulty for many students and how educators can help students overcome struggles with task initiation in classrooms.