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By definition, neurodivergent learners learn differently. However, by the end of primary school, it’s a sad
fact that many learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) have learned how they fail, not how they
learn. Research shows that teaching metacognition, or learning and regulating how we learn, is effective
for all learners, and this is especially so for learners with SpLD. In this course, we will consider:

  • what metacognition means in practice
  • consider areas of metacognition that are impacted by SpLDs
  • consider ways to intentionally support metacognition and self-regulation

Participants will come away with some resources, ideas and strategies to empower learners with better understanding and independence in negotiating their own learning.

**This webinar will be recorded and available for two weeks after the event**

Date: Tuesday 4th June 2024

Time: 7:30 pm – 9: 00 pm AEST (Melbourne Time)

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About Louise Selby

Louise Selby works freelance as a dyslexia specialist teacher, assessor, trainer, consultant and author.
She has experience as an advisory teacher in Hertfordshire Local Authority (UK), primary school teacher,
SENCO (special educational needs coordinator) and teacher of learners with English as an Additional
Language.
Louiseā€™s first book, Morph Mastery, a Morphological Intervention for Reading and Spelling, was published
by Speechmark (Routledge) in 2021, and her next two books for the same publisher are called All About
Dyslexia (primary and secondary) are due for publication in 2024.
Louise’s tagline is enabling, equipping, empowering. She is passionate about working with educators,
schools and parents to enable the best outcomes for children with specific learning difficulties.
Website: www.louiseselbydyslexia.com
Email: louise@louiseselbydyslexia.com
Facebook: facebook.com/LouiseSelbyDyslexia
Twitter/X: @louiseselby21
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/louise-selby-dyslexia/