7 common myths about dyslexia8th November 2023 -
Dyslexia is one of the most common learning challenges in the world. Despite being prevalent amongst adults and children, there are many myths that still surround dyslexia. These misconceptions are often rooted in outdated ideas or a lack of true understanding.
If we want to dispel stereotypes caused by these myths, we need to understand what it's really like for individuals who have dyslexia. This is also a crucial part of creating supportive and inclusive environments, in both education and the workplace.
Let's debunk seven common myths surrounding dyslexia and help pave the way for a more inclusive future.
Could the Science of Reading be the Renaissance of Education we’ve all been hoping for?27th October 2023 -
UDL specialist Joni Degner talks about the many ways the Science of Reading could make a positive impact on our learners.
9 workplace inclusion questions answered - and tips from 30 DEI experts27th October 2023 -
We’ve just wrapped up our annual Festival of Workplace Inclusion - our virtual event exploring inclusion for neurodivergent, disabled & multilingual employees.
Over two days, 20 companies and 30 diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) experts came together to gaze towards a more inclusive world of work. More than 4,000 people joined us from across the world to listen in on sessions designed to help organizations improve the employee experience, for all.
Did you miss it?
Don’t worry! We’ve recorded all sessions and they’re available to view on demand here for the next 30 days.
We’ve also noted down some of our key highlights from the festival below. Have a read and gain some insights into advice some of our speakers shared!
We’re back, with a focus on transforming tomorrow!8th September 2023 -
On 25 & 26 October, our virtual Festival of Workplace Inclusion will be back. As the second of its kind, it’s become an annual event exploring inclusion for neurodivergent, disabled, and multilingual employees.
Inclusive Education: beneficial for all29th August 2023 -
Updated November 13th 2023
Tools and practices that may be necessary to support students with specific learning needs can also have wider benefits for all students. By taking a whole-school approach to inclusive education, we can maximise learning opportunities for all.
Guide to the Future: Our Lessons from the EDU DeLorean22nd August 2023 -