Personalising learning for students who learn differently
“Despite some hopeful early evidence, personalised learning approaches are not yet delivering on the promise of moving all students toward reaching their full potential,” says Stacy Parker -Fisher, director of Oak Foundation’s Learning Differences Programme
Helping teachers support students with learning differences worldwide
As a new fifth-grade teacher, Mary Ann Wolf had a young boy named Riley in her classroom. Despite being bright, Riley could not read. He was unable to piece letter sounds together to make a word in reading class.
Engaging the voices of young people with learning differences
Engaging young voices to provide feedback or in the design of a programme can expand people’s understanding of learning differences and wipe out the stigma associated with them.
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