Catering for Dyslexia - how others benefit

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Published in June 2002. Dyslexia affects a significant proportion of the UK population and can be a barrier to learning in science for those afflicted. There are a number of techniques teachers can employ to alleviate the problems dyslexic students face with both practical and written work in science. These have been found to improve learning conditions for dyslexics, but also represent good teaching practice and can be of benefit to all learners in science.

This article was published in School Science Review, June 2002.

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