This new edition: *reviews new and alternative interventions for dyslexia and international initiatives
*focuses on inclusion, describing best practice in schools, as well as covering issues relating to multilingualism
*highlights the challenges presented by individual subject areas of the curriculum, issues for students in further and continuing education and the perspective of parents
*includes a fully revised annotated bibliography of recently published resources and comments on how they can be used. This comprehensive handbook will be an invaluable resource for those studying for a recognised qualification in Special Education and Dyslexia, as well as providing an accessible guide for parents, teachers and other professionals.
COMMENTS ON THE SECOND EDITION
'Gavin Reid has the ability to make a complicated subject easily accessible to the reader. … I recommend this book to everyone undertaking teacher training and to all teachers with pupils struggling with literacy.' European Journal of Special Needs Education
'This book brings together in a helpful format a great deal of useful information and ideas which will be of value to teachers and others working in this field.' The Psychologist