Effective use of ICT can enhance many dyslexic pupils' access to the curriculum, but it has to be used appropriately. This book will be useful to all teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs and parents who are keen to have practical advice on how to help a child in this way. Full of strategies and suggestions that are based on the author's extensive classroom experience, this accessible book is suitable for the ICT novice and more advanced user alike.

The book has been fully updated to guide the user through the maze of hardware and software currently available, identifying those most suitable for different Key Stages and curriculum subjects as well as providing ICT solutions to the problems of assessing and screening for dyslexia.

chapter |6 pages


chapter 2|9 pages

Hardware and software

chapter 4|8 pages

Desktop machines and software

chapter 5|10 pages

The writing process

chapter 7|4 pages

Facilities to aid word-processing

chapter 9|5 pages

Logo and Control

chapter 10|12 pages

Other software for the dyslexic student

chapter |2 pages