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Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If? — Davis Methods for Parents
Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If? — Davis Methods for Parents

Wed, 15 Feb


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Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If? — Davis Methods for Parents

For Parents of Bright But Struggling Learners. Six Practical Support Sessions That Make You The Best Helper Your Child Could Wish For.

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Time & Location

15 Feb 2023, 19:30 – 29 Mar 2023, 21:30

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About the event

The  discovery that your child has a learning difficulty can be a  frightening, disorientating experience. Many parents worry that,  although they feel they understand their child, they don’t feel they  understand his dyslexia. Just as the dyslexic child is left with  feelings of inadequacy after every class test, so his caring, dedicated  parents are left feeling ineffectual when they sit down to help him with  his homework.

Yet this need not be the end of the story. The "Gift of Dyslexia"  Davis methods afford unique insights into how dyslexics think, and how  they can learn. When key principles of the dyslexic learning style are  understood and mastered, supporting your child's learning can start to  be effective, stress-free, and fun for both of you.

These six weekly practical sessions, led and devised by dyslexia author Richard Whitehead and endorsed by Ronald Davis, are the journey that  will make this happen. As a Davis Dyslexia Specialist, former secondary  school Special Educational Needs Coordinator, and creator and presenter   of courses for parents, Richard has widespread experience both with the  classical Davis approach and with experimental approaches to learning   for picture-thinkers.

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Six two-hour sessions, 7:30 — 9:30 p.m. GMT

Session 1: Wednesday 15th February 2023

Session 2: Wednesday 22nd February 2023

Session 3: Wednesday 1st March 2023

Session 4: Wednesday 8th March 2023

Session 5: Wednesday 15th March 2023

*** No session on 22nd March ***

Session 6: Wednesday 29th March 2023

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