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DYSTINCT Book IV : Illustration Callout for Coffee Table Book Members Public

Illustration opportunities for the upcoming Annual Coffee Table Dystinct Book IV. Submission Deadline 5 July 2024.

Zahra Nawaz
Zahra Nawaz
Illustration Opportunities

Issue 21: May 2024 Dystinct Magazine Members Public

Dystinct Magazine's 20th issue: Mary 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.

Zahra Nawaz
Zahra Nawaz

Issue 21: Complex Trauma – A learning disability often misunderstood | Celeste Musgrave Members Public

Celeste Musgrave, drawing from her experience as a teacher and in child protection, highlights the misunderstood impact of complex trauma on children's behaviour and learning, advocating for trauma-informed practices in education to better support affected students.

Celeste Musgrave
Celeste Musgrave
Evidence Matters

Issue 21: Dystinct Report – Flynn & Ava Eldridge’s Interview with Ella Fielding Members Public

Young journalists Flynn and Ava Eldridge have a chat with Surrey and London-based Sculptor/ woodworker and Chainsaw artist, Ella Fielding about her work and life.

Flynn Eldridge Ava Eldridge Ella Fielding
Dystinct Report

Issue 21: Bilingualism and Dyslexia: Understanding the Impact and Opportunities | Ania Karwowska Members Public

Ania Karwowska, a researcher in the EFL and bilingual context and mother to a dyslexic bilingual child, delves into the interconnected advantages of bilingualism and dyslexia. She emphasizes structured literacy as a crucial tool for unlocking potential and fostering biliteracy in dyslexic children.

Ania Karwowska
Ania Karwowska
Evidence Matters

Issue 21: Dystinct Journey of Candice Mason Members Public

Candice Mason's inspiring journey from struggling with dyscalculia to becoming a successful entrepreneur who has turned her challenges into strengths.

Zahra Nawaz
Zahra Nawaz
First Person

Issue 21: Transitioning to Secondary School | Amanda Lecaude Members Public

Amanda Lecaude delves into the complexities of transitioning from primary to secondary school, providing insights, addressing common concerns, and advocating for a collaborative approach to support students' success.

Amanda Lecaude
Amanda Lecaude
Evidence Matters

Issue 21: Dystinct Journey of McKenna Gutierrez Members Public

McKenna Gutierrez shares her inspiring journey of how horses transformed her life in the face of learning difficulties, leading her to become a champion equestrian and a passionate advocate for educational reform.

Zahra Nawaz
Zahra Nawaz
First Person