Hands-on iPad training to support Dyslexic Learners – 24th June 2017


Meeting learners’ needs: access to learning with iPad

A ‘hands-on’ workshop for all those teaching and supporting learners with dyslexia and related challenges

Trainer: Mike Watkinson from Jigsaw 24 will cover –

  • Using the device – navigational tips and tricks
  • Exploring built in accessibility features – entering, reading and accessing text
  • Addressing different learning styles
  • Structuring and scaffolding learning and addressing a range of challenges without stigma
  • Built-in and third-party apps that support learning
  • Resources and websites

iPads will be provided for use during the session so you can discover, hands-on , how iPad can remove barriers to learning without stigma.

There is no target age / KS range. All levels of experience are welcome – from beginner to regular user.

NB This course is for adults only – unfortunately this event is not open to children

When:       Saturday June 24th

There is a choice of two identical training sessions. Morning: 10.00 -12.30 a.m. or Afternoon: 2.00 – 4.30 p.m.

Please register your choice via the links below.

Where:      King George V Community Trust Centre (KGV) Worcester, Ash Ave, off Brickfields Rd, Worcester WR4 9TL

Cost:

     HWDA members:    Free (a free registration link will be sent to you on request if you have not been contacted privately )

     Non-members:        £16.52 (£15.00 + £1.52 site service charge) – payable during on-line registration

– please use this link to register for this event:    https://goo.gl/Mg4EFr

 NB Registration is required for all attendees (free places or paying) as numbers are limited