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Working memory is often an area of weakness in neurodivergent children. Educators often know what this means, but seek practical ideas and strategies for how to support children with reduced working memory. This is a practical workshop in which you will explore working memory difficulties and how to support them, both in the classroom and in tutoring/intervention sessions. We will explore what working memory is, what happens when it is compromised and how to identify working memory difficulties. You’ll be taken through a checklist for evaluating your practice. You will also be offered some practical strategies to use in class situations and intervention sessions. Participants will come away with some quick wins, ideas to try and principles for your teaching which should be transformational for your students.

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

Date: Wednesday 19th June 2024 

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


Zoom Link

The link will be available a few days before the event.



Course handouts will be available a few days before the event.


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), a primary school teacher, SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) and a teacher of learners with English as an Additional Language.

Louise’s first book, Morph Mastery, a Morphological Intervention for Reading and Spelling, was published by Speedmark (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