Strange times… March 2020

Dear Visitor… Just to reassure you that I am here… working from home… taking sensible precautions and very happy to talk to you on the phone if you have enquiries. I am using Zoom sessions for interviews, holding review sessions for existing clients, and basically operating as close to normal as possible. If I can

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Welcoming exciting developments in 2020…

2019 closed on a very high note… following the Decoda Conference session, a CKNW Telethon and an interview on Global Morning News (Positive Dyslexia Facebook page to view), Sue is very grateful for the support and interest flowing into Positive Dyslexia and The Whole Dyslexic Society (www.thewds.org), especially from the North Shore...

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Decoda Literacy Conference – November 22 – Radisson Hotel, YVR

Sue was excited to be speaking at the two day Decoda Literacy Conference 2019. Her presentation Fish Don’t Climb Trees – A Whole New Look at Learning Challenges (No.39) is in two parts: the theory 1.45pm and the hands-on at 3pm.  Her session was very well received and has led to interest from many of

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Davis Learning Strategies Workshop for K-3 Teacher

The Workshop held last October in Burnaby was a huge success; we now have 16 teachers equipped to reach all the children in their classes, and deliver self-regulation tools, alphabet mastery, reading for all (not phonetic instruction), plus hands-on mastery of words for meaning and spelling. We hope to run another DLS Workshop this...

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Davis Learning Strategies Workshop

Davis Learning Strategies Workshop

This two day, hands–on, workshop for primary teachers provides unique, fun, transformative and innovative strategies for classroom management and improving reading instruction. Would you like to… Reach all the children in your class regardless of their learning style Tap into the creative learning process of all children Improve reading...

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Fish Don’t Climb Trees Talk At The Lynn Valley Library

Fish Don’t Climb Trees Talk At The Lynn Valley Library

Sue is excited to be able to introduce information about dyslexia that is so different from the norm, Wednesday, April 5, 2017 – Fish Don’t Climb Trees talk at the Lynn Valley Library – 7pm-8pm.  Many years ago she watched the Knowledge Network film “Deciphering Dyslexia” and recently she watched the HBO film “Decoding...

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The gift of dyslexia

The gift of dyslexia

Children with reading disability finally feeling good about themselves – By Mia Stainsby February 2001 “I really, really, really love reptiles – snakes, turtles, everything. When I grow up, I want to become famous and save the tuatara – they’re almost extinct and they’ve been here for about 200 million years...

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I Can See Clearly Now: Beating Dyslexia With Clay

I Can See Clearly Now: Beating Dyslexia With Clay

By Brigid McConville As all too many parents know, the quest for “solutions” to dyslexia can be a long and frustrating one. But now a new teaching method – in which dyslexics model key words in clay – promises to put an end to the problems of dyslexia once and for all. The Davis Dyslexia

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