Posted at 10:00 am
I was surprised recently to read a post that made me realise even experienced and active members of our neurodiverse community are not always as fully informed as we might expect. This has prompted me to write something explaining the types of screening and assessment someone might encounter when considering investigation of possible dyslexia.
Posted at 10:32 am
via Daily Prompt: Quicken
This post is named after the ‘levels’ children are assigned as they progress through the early years of education provision in England. I wonder whether the obsession with quantifying and labelling our children from the moment they enter an education-related environment is at the rotten core of a mistrust and blame culture promoted by the popular press. It’s a culture we need to change if our children are to thrive as education evolves. Continue reading