Public Meeting - Call Scotland
Date: 22nd March 2014
Time: 10am - 12.30pm
Venue: The MacDonald Education Suite, Ayr Hospital
Paul Nisbet (Edinburgh) will show how modern tech. digital gadgets help read better, write better, prove what you can do & achieve your real potential, even in exams.
Explore Assistive Software, iPads, Laptops, MP3, Calculators, Voice recognition, Text-to-Speech, Recording and Reading pens, Mobile Apps, PDAs, Note-taking software, Digital exams, SQA and New Curriculum requirements.
Paul Nisbet is the award-winning Co-ordinator of CALL (in existence since 1983)and has been providing a wide range of technologies to help all kinds of learning differences such as Dyslexia and other difficulties encountered in education, throughout Scotland, and beyond. What he doesn't know about the subject isn't known!
Paul will also deal with the implications of dyslexia with regard to SQA exam arrangements, the requirements of the new Curriculum for Excellence, and National testing criteria.
For more information, download the flyer: http://www.dyslexia-ayrshire.co.uk/login/upload/FlyerDA220314PaulNesbit.docx
To book a place, download and return the booking form: http://www.dyslexia-ayrshire.co.uk/login/upload/DA Booking Form 220314.doc