Brilliant Ideas for using ICT in the Inclusive Classroom (2nd edition)
New case studies for apps, blogging, Twitter, coding, geocaching and more
How to help your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child
How to help your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child features seven families so it is full of first hand experiences. This means that readers will get lots of practical tips to make life run more smoothly at home and at school.
- Jake who has dyspraxia and is studying for A levels
- Matt who has dyspraxia and is in an independent secondary school
- Ben who has dyslexia and has tried and succeeded with some of the alternative therapies
- Chloe who is in denial about dyslexia but has found lots of strategies to help her overcome her difficulties with reading and writing
- Simon who is very bright, has dyslexia and behavioural issues
- Rupert who has dyspraxia and dyslexia and moved from private to state school
- Helen is now in her thirties with a daughter of her own and has overcome early setbacks
How to Help your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child has a foreword by Tom Pellereau, winner of The Apprentice. It is available fromhttp://www.crimsonbooks.co.uk/book/details/9781905410965/Sal-mckeown/how-to-help-your-dyslexic-and-dyspraxic-child
Brilliant Ideas for using ICT in the Inclusive Classroom (1st edition)
Brilliant Ideas… has 50 case studies and 20 ‘how-to’ sheets. The essence of the book is to help teachers and LSAs make more creative use of technology in their day to day work. It features practitioners who do interesting things with technology, from wikis and storyboarding to gaming platforms, animations and podcasts.
A selection of books Sal has contributed to. Click on the image or the text for each book for further information.