Perceptions of Blended Learning Competencies and Obstacles among Educational Technology Students in Light of Different Anxiety Levels and Locus of Control
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of locus of control and anxiety level on the Jordanian educational technology students’ perceived blended learning competencies and obstacles.…
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British Dyslexia Association
A list of useful organisations who provide specialist advice and information on disabilities
The five year time period was selected as Bernardes, Shaw, Menzies and Baars (2015) posit that reforms to the English school system since 1 North West (NW)
Assessment of reading skills in Gaelic medium education: Exploring teachers' perceptions and present practice
A teacher from each of the 60 GME schools and units spread across Scotland was invited to complete a questionnaire and comment on their experience regarding additional support needs in GME, finding a reliance on teacher judgement to act as a means of assessment.
In Defence of Dyslexia: The Dyslexia Reading Well Response
Should there really be a ‘ Dyslexia debate ’ ?
As its name suggests, the book The Dyslexia Debate by Julian Elliott and Elena Grigorenko aims to generate a debate on the concept of developmental dyslexia. Contrary to some misguided detractors of…
The end of dyslexia
- The Psychologist,
The Science of Reading and Its Educational Implications
- Psychology, MedicineLanguage learning and development : the official journal of the Society for Language Development
There are opportunities to increase literacy levels by making better use of what the authors have learned about reading and language but also institutional obstacles and understudied issues for which more evidence is badly needed.
What Works for Children and Young People with Literacy
The Dyslexia Debate
Preface Foreword 1. What is dyslexia? 2. Explanations at the cognitive level 3. The neurobiological bases of reading disability 4. Assessment and intervention 5. Conclusions and recommendations.
Educational Psychologists? views of factors that influence job approbation, job satisfaction and dissatisfaction when working within multi-agency local authority contexts.
Background: Over the past decade Local Authority Educational Psychologists in England have been increasingly required to engage in multi-agency work. There has been limited research within the UK…