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Nominations are now open for the 2023 LDA & AJLD Awards – nominate now!

We look forward to seeing you at Morph Mastery on Wednesday 15th and 22nd March at 7:00pm – 8:30pm AEDT (Melbourne daylight savings time).

Please access the zoom meeting here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87005937526

***Please note that this is a live event and is not being recorded. Attendees are expected to attend both sessions.***

This webpage and the zoom link are for paid attendees of this event only and are not to be shared.


    Session 1

    Session 2

    “Morph Mastery” by Louise Selby

    You may wish to purchase the Morph Mastery book prior to the course as it includes all the assessment tools you need and that will be referred to within the course (This is not essential to attending the course). Silvereye are offering LDA members a discount through the LDA bookshop. Click on the link below and quote the code LDALS2023. 

    Morph Mastery: A Morphological Intervention for Reading, Spelling and Vocabulary

    Appendix (Please print and bring to session 1)

    Using the Companion Website

    ***Please note that you can only use the companion site if you have purchased the book. This is not needed for the sessions.***

    Companion Site Link

    Instructions for using the companion site

    About Louise Selby

    Louise began her teaching career in 1996 as a class teacher in the primary sector (age 7 – 11) before developing an interest in special educational needs. She then worked as learning support teacher, Special Educational Needs Coordinator and also as a teacher of learners with English as an Additional Language in local authority schools in Hertfordshire, UK. During this time, Louise completed training in specific learning difficulties, developing a specific interest in dyslexia. She then worked as a specialist advisory teacher in Hertfordshire Local Authority, UK, for 11 years, where she gained extensive experience in supporting schools, training teachers, teaching assistants and school leaders in meeting the needs of learners with specific learning difficulties. Louise now works freelance in advising, training and supporting schools and local groups, as well as assessing children for specific learning difficulties (dyslexia). Her interest is in enabling and equipping staff in schools at grass roots level to meet learners’ needs.  Louise’s book and intervention, Morph Mastery, was published in July 2021.

    To find out more about Morph Mastery you can visit Louise’s website, where you can download a free chapter of Morph Mastery, or Youtube channel.


    Louise lives in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, with her husband and 11 year old son.