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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Aider les enfants ayant des difficultés à lire et écrire par Université de Londres

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À propos du cours

This course is for teachers to learn why some children have so much difficulty with reading and writing, often called 'dyslexia', and to learn more about best practice in teaching literacy to all in light of recent scientific discoveries. Participation in or completion of this online course will not confer academic credit for University of London programmes...

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26 avr. 2020

This course gave me some further insights into how children with difficulties in reading and writing think and the processes they go through, along with some further methods to help them achieve.

2 août 2019

I have gained a wealth of information and knowledge that is directly applicable with children with difficulties in reading and writing. The videos were very relevant and the resources valuable.

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par Tammie S

9 déc. 2016

This was a challenging course that provided helpful information. Well worth the time and effort.

par Gabriella B

6 mai 2020

A very informative and interesting course with practical examples and extensive resources given.

par Sarah P

16 déc. 2017

Fantastic course. Very well organised and conveys lots of useful, practical advice and informa

par Stella C

15 oct. 2016

Thanks a lot! I do learn a lot from this course, and I'm sure will take more lessons like this.

par Monica P

4 févr. 2017

Excellent course, very well structured, explained and with loads of practical and useful tips.

par Alexia V

1 janv. 2018

Absolutely the best seminar i have ever attented. I am looking formward for my Certificate!

par Alicia S

1 avr. 2017

It's an excellent way to help our students and to improve our teaching and learning skills.

par Roslinda S

27 juin 2016

Done it and got the certificate. I love this. This course will definately help me with job.

par Chong M

9 juil. 2019

Learned so much about supporting children with dyslexia. Very practical course. Thank you!

par Jyoti y

12 févr. 2018

Excellent course

Clear so many doubts and very helping for teachers like me.thanks a lot.

par marta v

20 oct. 2018

This is a very interesting introduction to the field of reading and writing difficulties.

par Rodriguez-Munoz

24 mai 2020

I enjoyed listening to the very informed instructors. The videos were very informative.

par Jacob W S

9 janv. 2019

Fantastic and thorough, great insights into working well with children having dyslexia.

par Ipsita V

9 juil. 2020

I really learnt a lot.I think no other online platforms gives you so much information.

par Alison B

26 mars 2018

Very well organised. Such great theoretical and practical information. I learnt a lot.

par Maria C D L P A

11 oct. 2020

This course is practical and adapted to different languages. Totally recommendable!!

par Humaira N

2 nov. 2020

It was a great learning experience. The course was comprehensive and well explained.

par Rahma A M

11 avr. 2018

An amazing course! I have learned a great deal and looking forward put it in action.

par Rubeena A

9 janv. 2018

a lots of learning done in 6 weeks. A must do not only for teachers but for moms too

par Michelle B

3 janv. 2018

Great information for any mainstream classroom or special education teacher. Thanks.

par Stephanie K

4 sept. 2020

this course was an eye-opener for me in learning how to deal with dyslexic children

par Elaine G

13 mars 2016

I would recommend this course to all educators since it has already helped me a lot

par Anshu P

3 nov. 2015

very informative, research oriented. it includes multiple perspectives.enjoying it!

par Nga L

6 oct. 2020

Great course! What made it worth wild was learning from real experts in the field.

par Cynthia C C T

4 mai 2020

I have learnt so much especially on how brain functions during lessons. Thank you.