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69 Goodwood Rd
Wayville, SA, 5034

1300 66 99 40

Reading Doctor® Software is being described by educators as a breakthrough in teaching children to read and spell. Our computer software and tablet apps strengthen skills found through research to be crucial in helping students of all ages to improve their literacy skills. Teaching vital reading skills such as phonological & phonemic awareness, letter-sound knowledge, decoding and sight word recognition is easy with our unique, multi-sensory, patent pending teaching platform. Reading Doctor® Software is designed by leading speech-language pathologist and reading development expert Dr. Bartek Rajkowski, PhD. Regardless of whether you are a teacher, a reading specialist, a person learning English or a parent, we sincerely hope our programs become your favourite teaching tool!

Not as simple as ABC: how kids learn to read and why too many struggle.

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Not as simple as ABC: how kids learn to read and why too many struggle.

  • Rosehill Gardens Racecourse - Grand Pavilion James Ruse Drive Rosehill, NSW, 2142 Australia

It is estimated that one million Australian students are at risk of reading failure. What causes these students to struggle? This session will summarise what research tells us about how we learn to read and what can go wrong in the process. It will also explain what leading reading scientists mean by the ‘research-to-practice gap’ in the Australian education system, and why closing this gap is the key to achieving better outcomes for our students.

Dr Bartek Rajkowski B App Sc (Sp Path), PhD. creator of Reading Doctor Literacy improvement software and Director of Adelaide Speech Pathology Services will be presenting this presentation at the Learning Difficulties Convention in Sydney.

To book tickets for the session, please register through the Learning Difference Convention website:  HERE