As a teacher there must be children in your class who just don’t seem to get it. They may seem bright, but struggle when it comes to one, more or all of the following.
Learners who struggle in class
As a teacher there must be children in your class who just don’t seem to get it. They may seem bright, but struggle when it comes to one, more or all of the following:
- organisational skill
- lack of attention
- disruptive behaviour
You may have noticed that they continue to experience difficulties, despite having had much input from the SEN support systems.
The Davis Programme may hold the answer:
- Read ‘The Gift of Dyslexia’ by Ronald D.Davis with Eldon Braun and ‘Autism and the Seeds of Change: Achieving Full Participation in life with the Davis Autism Approach’.
- Sign up to the free on-line course Why Tyrannosaurus but not If and find out more about how you can help those children.
- Explore our website and look at research that supports the Davis Methods.
- Contact the facilitator nearest to you for further information.
Have a look at these links for more information:
- 37 Common Characteristics of Dyslexia by Ronald D Davis.(© 1992 by Ronald D. Davis; Used with Permission)
- The Cause of Dyslexia by Ronald D Davis with Eldon M Braun.(article and accompanying image © 1985 by Ronald D. Davis; Used with Permission)
- Brain Function, Spell Reading and Sweep-Sweep-Spell by Abigail Marshall. (© 2005 Abigail Marshall and Davis Dyslexia Association International. Used with Permission)
- Davis Methods an overview.
- Davis Learning Strategies bring reading within the capabilities of the ‘non-responder’.