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Patoss Winter 2016 Bulletin

Free for members, £12.95 for non-members

The Bulletin contains reviews of recent research and publications. Articles can detail personal teaching experiences, reports from courses or conferences, reviews of books, games and teaching materials. The Bulletin has a reputation as a publication of high professional standing, and goes out to a specialised readership who are generally well informed. Reviews are written critically and fully on topics of interest. They reflect various aspects of practice, theory, resources or information which would be of general interest to Patoss members. The Bulletin is published twice a year.

The Editor welcomes contributions from all Patoss Members and other professionals in the field on any topic related to recent Specific Learning Difficulties. This could be an independent study or research which has been conducted as part of Masters/PhD study or as action research in your place of work.

Please ensure that you observe the guidelines which are located on the inside back cover.

The Winter 2016 issue of the Patoss Bulletin is available to Patoss members to download free. Just log in to your member area and come back to download as pdf.

Non-members can purchase a copy to be sent by post.

Volume 29 No. 2 Winter 2016

Contents:

Editorial

DfE funded dyslexia/specific learning difficulties support project
Liz Horobin and Dr Dominic Griffiths

Policy and procedures: The impact of changes in recent years
Mark Sherin

Challenges of 21st century education
Jennie Price

Supporting trainee doctors with dyslexia
Gail Alexander

Reflections on teaching and learning
Sandra Hargreaves

Lynn Ross interview with a Doctor with SpLD: October 2016

ICT Section

Apps for reading
Malcolm Litten

Using assistive technology to support independence
Claire Hague

Apps for older dyslexic learners in higher education and the workplace
Miles Pilling

Yes we can – identify dyslexia in Reception and fix it with a ‘phone’
Diane Montgomery

Remembering Dr Jimmy Daruwalla
Deborah Hewes

Reviews  

JCQ Guidelines for Assessment
Lia Border