🔊 Listen to this Episode 17 with Christine MacJouvelet Christine originally trained as a primary school teacher and has a strong background in education and financial services. She has taught at all levels including kindergarten and primary as well as adult education at institutions such as Victoria University, the Salvation Army and NMIT Preston. She […]
🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with LJ Kidd who, in spite of struggling to read a restaurant menu, is a successful Australian author and illustrator of a series of children’s books.
🔊 Listen to this This month Shae speaks with Cheri Shone, a dyslexia tutor who shares her story about working with students with dyslexia as well as living life with dyslexia.
🔊 Listen to this Whilst on her degree, Cheri Stone was volunteering on the Dyslexia Association of London’s helpline dealing with callers in emotional distress; offering them reassurance and practical support. In this role, she designed and implemented a research program to identify the support needs of adults with dyslexia to assists a funding application. […]
🔊 Listen to this In this episode, Shae speaks with Mandy Nayton, the CEO of DSF Literacy and Clinical Services, Western Australia and President of AUSPELD.
🔊 Listen to this In this month’s episode, Shae speaks to Gemma Bilardi. Gemma is a passionate advocate for supporting those living in rural and regional Victoria and is a dear friend of Shae’s and a fellow dyslexic. Listen to her inspiring podcast now. If you would like to hear more of our great podcasts […]
🔊 Listen to this This month we speak with fellow dyslexic Sandra Hargreaves who is an English teacher, the co-author of the practical textbook Study Skills for Students with Dyslexia: Support for Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs) and a passionate dyslexia advocate.
🔊 Listen to this Respected academic and Patron of SPELD Victoria speaks about his experience as a dyslexic academic and the value of the support he has had throughout his career.
🔊 Listen to this In this episode, Shae speaks to renowned children’s author Jackie French about spelling, car parks and the importance of education, evidence based support and supportive teachers.
🔊 Listen to this Did you know that 48% of Tasmanians do not have the literacy and numeracy skills they need for life in a technologically rich world? Find out more on how the 26TEN program is trying to address this major issue within their communities.