Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice is the first of three free online modules developed to complement the 2015 Education Scotland Route Map for Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice and support the professional standards from the General Teaching Council for Scotland.
This free module aims to provide teachers and local authority
staff with an awareness of what dyslexia is, its impact and how it can
be supported within an inclusive school community. It may also be of
interest if you work in the voluntary sector or simply have an interest
in dyslexia and inclusive practice.
If you complete the module, you will receive a digital badge.
To enrol on this module, sign in first then click on the enrol button (the grey button alongside the social media buttons).
this is your first visit to the site, you need to register for a free
account via the 'Sign up / Sign in' button. Please open it in a new tab
or window, follow the instructions to register an account then once
your new account is created, return to this page in your browser rather
than following the 'return to the page you were on' button in the
registration screens (and login via the 'Sign up / Sign in' button), then
click on the Enrol button for this module.
Please note: if you download the Word or PDF version of the learning materials to study offline and return to complete the quizzes, you will need to click through the online version of the learning materials to complete the criteria for your digital badge.
This course was published on 28 March 2017.
This is the first of three modules by Dyslexia Scotland and Addressing Dyslexia with the support of the Opening Educational Practices in Scotland project.
The second module, Understanding Dyslexia and Inclusive practice, will be available to study from September 2017. To receive notification of when it will be ready, you can pre-enrol.
The third module, Dyslexia: Identification and Support, will be available to study from January 2018. To receive notification of when it will be ready, you can pre-enrol.
Addressing Dyslexia Toolkit
Opening Educational Practices in Scotland