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Issue 20: Illustration Callout for March 2024 Dystinct Magazine Paid Members Public
Opportunity for children to get their illustrations published in the Dystinct Magazine. In every magazine issue, articles written by specialists are accompanied by illustrations created by children. Submit your child's illustrations for a chance to be featured in the Dystinct Magazine.
Issue 19: January 2024 Dystinct Magazine Paid Members Public
Dystinct Magazine's 19th issue: January 2024 covers inspirational stories from children and adults with learning disabilities (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dysgraphia and dyspraxia) and evidence based articles from leading specialists from the field of learning disabilities.
Issue 19: Embracing the magic of Shakespeare | Kaya Miskinis Paid Members Public
Kaya Miskinis reflects on her journey, from facing challenges in early education to developing a love for reading and a passion for Shakespeare, showcasing her determination and growth as a learner.
Issue 19: The Gift of Learning How to Learn | Hayden Miskinis Paid Members Public
Hayden Miskinis shares her journey as a dyslexic learner and ballet dancer, highlighting how the structured approach to overcoming dyslexia has informed her teaching of dance to young children and led her to advocate for effective learning methods while finding solace in the art of ballet.
Issue 19: A Tale of Two Daughters | Elaine Miskinis Paid Members Public
Elaine shares a poignant account of her two daughters, Kaya and Hayden, and their unique journeys with dyslexia. The story emphasizes the critical role of early intervention and advocacy in overcoming the challenges of dyslexia.
Issue 19: Dystinct Report – Flynn & Blake Eldridge’s Interview with Dr Brock Eide Paid Members Public
Dystinct reporters Flynn and Blake Eldridge have a chat with Dr Brock Eide, an international authority on dyslexia and learning differences and co-author of the acclaimed books "The Dyslexic Advantage" and "The Mislabeled Child" about his work and life.
Issue 19: Top 10 Important Reasons Behind Keeping Proper Documentation of School Records | Melissa Robison Paid Members Public
Melissa Robison highlights the crucial importance of proper documentation of a child's educational journey, emphasizing how it can play a pivotal role in advocating for students with diverse needs, ensuring their rights are upheld.
Issue 19: Working with Teaching Assistants to support children with Special educational needs | Sara Alston Paid Members Public
Sara Alston emphasizes the importance of training and collaboration between teachers and Teaching Assistants (TAs) to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) effectively, promoting their inclusion and learning success.