What makes effective literacy instruction? The National Reading Panel has more than forty years of research on what works.. [...]
IMSLE wish to advise that very limited places remain for the currently advertised MSL courses.
IMSLE hope to have Sydney, Wodonga, Coffs Harbour and New Zealand dates released second week of March 2018.
There is sound evidence that MSL can assist all students. Bentleigh West Primary School is achieving great results.
Sarah Asome (AMADA) featured twice in the LDA bulletin discusses her school successes.. [...]
"The MSL approach can be adapted and expanded to all kinds of classroom settings, including general education and multilingual classrooms.”
In order to read proficiently, students need accurate and fluent word identification skills and adequate language comprehension. Put simply, they must be able to work out what the words on the page or screen are, and know what they mean.
Outstanding Primary Teacher Award
We are thrilled to announce that Mrs Asome was recognised for her work in the area of dyslexia at the recent 2015 Victorian Education Excellence Awards, winning the Outstanding Primary Teacher Award. Minister for Education James Merlino presented the award to Mrs Asome at an awards ceremony at the Regent Plaza Ballroom on Friday 30th October, World Teachers’ Day in Australia.. [...]
All the best Sarah and Bentleigh West Primary School, Victoria you have done amazing work!
Jodi Clements is president of the Australian Dyslexia Association and a research doctoral student at the University of Tasmania.. [...]
“Building pathways in the brain that connect speech with print.” (International Dyslexia Association)
Over the past several decades, it has become clear to both practitioners and researchers that the Orton–Gillingham approach is the best way to build those pathways
Ms Asome was trained by the Australian Dyslexia Association in a literacy approach known as Multisensory Structured Language, which engages every sense when teaching children to learn to read and write.. [...]
DYSLEXIA has been brought into the open in recent years, but there remains some misunderstanding and stigma, says the Australian Dyslexia Association.. [...]