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Teaching.

Students are taught by a range of methods across the disciplines and some of those methods can tap into typical characteristics of dyslexia.

Here you will find suggestions for making some teaching methods more accessible for dyslexic students. For example, you might encourage dyslexic students to choose projects and dissertations that suit their ways of learning.

You may find some ideas for increasing the accessibility of your teaching in your discipline area.

Inclusive teaching

Examples from Seminars

  • Make preparatory reading available well in advance.
  • Be specific about what to read and why.
  • Make clear in advance questions to be discussed or what is expected.

Video examples

Dyslexia video: "Support for writing skills.." Duration: 1 minute : 46 seconds

Support for writing skills.

"…We offer the argument clinic where we go through key things in structure and argument…we talk about…things you should put in a conclusion and things you shouldn't as well…"

1 min 46s inclusive teaching video by Andrew Fisher, in Supporting writing

Dyslexia video: "Benefits of podcasting for dyslexic students.." Duration: 2 minutes : 43 seconds

Benefits of podcasting for dyslexic students.

"…it seems to make the whole process much more active plus you've got the dual input of auditory and seeing the text as well…"

2 min 43s inclusive teaching video by Alex Sallis et al., in Lectures

Dyslexia video: "Advising students on reading: prioritising reading lists.." Duration: 1 minute : 46 seconds

Advising students on reading: prioritising reading lists.

"…I don't just say ‘right come back and tell me everything you know about…’ I try to focus it in, so structure questions, bold is really important, and online resources…"

1 min 46s inclusive teaching video by Andrew Fisher, in Setting reading

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