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Browse by person: videos involving Alex Sallis.

(School of Politics & International Relations)

Videos 1 - 5 of 5    

Video: After an initial screening, how is dyslexia formally identified?

After an initial screening, how is dyslexia formally identified?

How does the official route happen? They’ve come to you, they’ve had screening, it’s looking likely,…

2 min 33s video, June 2007.

Video: Benefits of podcasting for dyslexic students.

Benefits of podcasting for dyslexic students.

I did a module in my final year and all of the lectures were actually up on the Internet, they were recorded, there was a microphone…

2 min 43s video, June 2007.

Video: How do students know they are dyslexic?

How do students know they are dyslexic?

How was your dyslexia first identified, when did you become aware, and when did that identification lead through to testing…

6 min 48s video, June 2007.

Video: Providing notes in advance: benefits for students.

Providing notes in advance: benefits for students.

Certainly I personally I know a lot of members of staff don't actually keep notes so many members of staff will go into a…

2 min 44s video, June 2007.

Video: Students tape recording lectures and meetings.

Students tape recording lectures and meetings.

Have you ever had students tape-recording in your lecture? Nick Thomas, History: Yes, it's perfectly possible for students…

2 min 47s video, June 2007.

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