October is Dyslexia Awareness Month.
“It aims to support those with this learning difficulty. Dyslexia is not a disorder of any kind; but is a learning impairment that causes problems with writing, reading, and spelling. The intelligence of dyslexic people is unaffected. This misunderstanding of the condition leads to stigmas, which Dyslexia Awareness Month aims to eradicate.”
IATEFL Poland and Vicky Kaperoni
have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar
which will take place on Wednesday, 11th of October 2023, between 20.30 and 21.30 CET
Your registration will be made via Zoom platform.
This webinar is titled:
“Empowering Minds: Effective Strategies for Teaching Grammar to Students with Dyslexia“
This seminar aims to provide educators with valuable insights and practical strategies for teaching grammar to students with dyslexia. Dyslexia is a common learning difference that affects reading, writing, and spelling skills. It often presents challenges in grasping the rules and structures of grammar. However, with the right tools and techniques, educators can help students with dyslexia improve their grammar skills and gain confidence in written communication.
During the webinar all participants will be provided with a certificate of participation, which they will be able to download.
IATEFL Poland members have priority of registration for this webinar.
Do not delay. The number of participants is limited.
Vicky Kaperoni is an English teacher, a graduate of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, with a postgraduate specialization in Pedagogy from the University of West Attica. Since August 2022, she has been a doctoral candidate at the IICSE University in Delaware, USA.
She specializes in teaching English to students with dyslexia and has developed an innovative teaching method based on the principles of multisensory education. Since 2020, she has owned and operated the “Teaching Brightly By Vicky Kaperoni” language center in Peristeri, which is the only center in the Western Suburbs specializing in teaching foreign languages to students with dyslexia.
Furthermore, she actively participates in conferences throughout Greece and abroad, while also giving lectures aimed at informing and raising awareness among parents and educators about dyslexia.
On behalf of IATEFL Poland