The slides and videos from our recent webinars are available online.
The slides and videos from our introductory and getting started webinars are now available online:
You can find out when our next live events are scheduled here.
Attend free webinars to find out more about DSE’s Reading and Language Intervention for children with Down syndrome (RLI) – an evidence-based programme designed to teach reading and language skills to children with Down syndrome.
Join us online to learn more about RLI – an individulised teaching programme designed for school aged children with Down syndrome and evaluated by researchers at Down Syndrome Education International and at The Centre for Reading and Language at the University of York in a randomised controlled trial, involving 57 children with Down syndrome attending 50 mainstream schools in two areas of the UK and funded by the Big Lottery Fund.
We are holding two events at multiple times over the coming months – one introducing this uniquely targeted and tested intervention – the other providing more detail for teachers and teaching assistants starting to implement the teaching programme.
These events are free and can be easily accessed via a computer connected to the internet. The events are live include opportunities to ask us questions.
For a full listing of forthcoming events and further details, please see here.
A recording of last Friday’s Getting Started with RLI webinar is now available.
You can view a recording of last Friday’s Getting Started with RLI webinar here (requires installation of WebEx Network Recording Player).
The slides from the presentation can be downloaded here (PDF).
Following up from yesterday’s online event, here are some links, including the sessions recording.
The session recording can be accessed here. You will need to install the WebEx Recording Player to view. Please note that we had issue with audio part way through – please persist, the audio comes back.
The slides are available as a PDF.
A boy reading a book and his assistant taking a running record.