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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
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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
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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
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Issue 21: Essential Elements to Supporting Dyslexic Success: Structured Literacy, Emotional Well-being, and Assistive Technology | Rachelle M. Johnson, Charlotte S. Gregor & Sarah G. Wood Members Public

Researchers in the field of reading and dyslexia who are themselves dyslexic, draw from their personal experiences and research expertise to advocate for structured literacy, emotional well-being, and assistive technology as crucial elements for the success of dyslexic individuals.

Rachelle M. Johnson Charlotte S. Gregor Sarah G. Wood
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Issue 21: Laugh, Play and Thrive - Engaging and Guiding Neurodiverse Children through Fun and Play | Simon da Roza Members Public

Simon daRoza's article explores the transformative power of fun, play, and laughter in nurturing neurodiverse children's curiosity, resilience, and emotional well-being, offering practical strategies and insights for joyful parenting and family connections.

Simon da Roza
Simon da Roza
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Issue 20: Oppositional Behavior Patterns in Children: What Are They and How Can We Help? Melissa Packwood Members Public

Melissa Packwood provides insights into understanding the causes of oppositional behaviour in children, offering proactive support strategies and emphasizing positive traits to empower parents and professionals in guiding children towards success.

Melissa Packwood
Melissa Packwood
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Issue 20: The power of games to help students who struggle with maths | Sarah Wedderburn Members Public

Sarah Wedderburn delves into the transformative potential of games in aiding students struggling with math, highlighting how they reinforce mathematical concepts, foster a positive learning environment, and enhance the overall learning experience for students.

Sarah Wedderburn
Sarah Wedderburn
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Issue 20: Collaboration Between Service Providers and Caregivers: Better Outcomes through Working Together | Carrie Cherney Hahn Members Public

Carrie Cherney Hahn explores the transformative power of collaboration between caregivers and service providers in achieving optimal outcomes for children, emphasizing the importance of mutual understanding and partnership.

Carrie Cherney Hahn
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