“Dyslexia Hacks” or “Putting scientific theory into doable practice” – a snapshot of current thinking and research underpinning high impact small group literacy interventions to identify what works, why it works and how to make it work in 1:1/small group sessions
First published November 2020
Formerly a SENCO in leadership roles in secondary schools and now a UK based consultant specialising in Dyslexia and inclusion issues, Neil works internationally, delivered training to primary and secondary teachers in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong and Europe, as well as the UK, running workshops in inclusive classroom practice and meeting the needs of vulnerable learners. Much of his current work is virtual and he is presenting events as far afield as New Zealand and Dubai as well as to schools, organisations and parent groups in the UK. Neil is a preferred trainer in Additional Learning Needs for Coleg Menai and has worked in similar settings in Australia and New Zealand. He is known for his ability to bring the classroom into his training and he regularly models inclusive strategies in classrooms around the world.