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Developing phonics skills and reading fluency

A variety of activities teachers can use to support the development of phonics skills and reading fluency are demonstrated in this video.

Dyslexia: Inclusion in the primary classroom – clip 1

The first part of a UK video showing a buddy or paired approach and how alternatives to paper and pencil tasks can overcome reading and writing difficulties.


A catalogue of videos describing dyspraxia and ways to support people with dyspraxia from the UK website dysTalk. No captions or transcripts are available.

Getting to know learners and using e-portfolios

John Robinson, HoD learning Support at Onslow College, reflects on the impact of using ePortfolios to share learning beyond the classroom in this video.

Helping children to build self-esteem

In this video, Professor Amanda Kirby (UK) describes how to help children build self-esteem and confidence by giving specific positive feedback and building intrinsic motivation, through supporting students to set their own goals and identify steps to achieving them.

In my shoes: An everday look at Autism Spectrum Disorder

Information about a series of New Zealand DVDs and useful classroom exercises that provide a glimpse of what it’s like to be a student with ASD.

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