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Practical course for parents and teachers

Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If? is a hands-on course for parents and teachers. Helps to understand dyslexia and the feelings that a child with learning problems experiences at school. The course develops the skill of teaching children with dyslexia to effectively understand and memorize educational material.
I invite everyone to join the course.
The course lasts 6 weeks, one session per week (2 hours) on Tuesdays, + a little homework. The cost of the course is 150 pounds, including all necessary materials.
Course content:

1. Session. 
Preparing ourselves for learning
- organize thoughts
- "Be careful!" "But how?"
- optimization of study space at home
2 session.
How talent can create learning problems
- Creativity of people with dyslexia and other learning problems
- Three-dimensional thinking
3 session.
How do people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities think and learn?
- think in words and think in images
- disorientation concept
- problems with words like the word "if"
4 session.
How to "load" information into memory
- visualization when reading for memorization
-punctuation- as a basis for reading
- retention of what has been read
5 session.
  Creativity for long-term memorization of information
- the role of creativity in learning
- making models of words and ideas when teaching
- other creative teaching methods
6 session.
Putting it all together and summarizing
-Create a learning strategy for your smart but learning problem child

All sessions are held online.

You can sign up for the course by sending an application by e-mail:

Course leader: Elena Nikulina, licensed DDAI (Davis Dyslexia Association International) specialist in the correction of dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hypo/Hyperactivity, and other problems in learning according to the author's method of Ronald Davis, director of Dyslexia Correction and Support Centre, London, UK.

With the book "Why  Tyrannosaurus  But Not  If  ?" and her  The author Richard Whitehead can be found at this link -

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