Newsletters 2000 - 2008

Designed by Pauline Key-Kairis, typographer and designer

 

No.31 - Spring 2008 - (338Kb )
Supporting dyslexic learners in a mainstream junior school, World Dyslexia Forum 2010 at UNESCO, A teaching tip from Johan Schepens...

No.30 - Winter 2007/08 - (220Kb )
DITT at UNESCO, How dyslexia is recognised in a UK prison, Profiles – the e-team...

No.29 - Autumn 2007 - (269Kb )
Dyslexia in the UN Literacy Decade - a 3-year programme, International ICT conference, DITT’s Annual Open Forum...

No.28 - Summer 2007 - (294Kb )
DITT Art Exhibition report, World Dyslexia Forum at UNESCO, Synthetic phonics to be promoted in the UK, What works...

No.27 - Spring 2007 - (247Kb )
UN Decade of Literacy, Learning styles - a resource for parents and students, First world conference on dyslexia...

No.26 - Winter 2006/7 - (229Kb )
Dyslexia on the right track, Attitudes of employers towards dyslexia, DITT gains 'operational relations status' at UNESCO...

No.25 - Autumn 2006 - (148Kb )
DITT Benefit Gala 2007- Poetic Portals, A speech by Dr Lisa Dummer-Smoch, DITT and UNESCO...

No.24 - Summer 2006 - (179Kb )
Partnering with UNESCO to reach a wider audience, DITT and film making, DITT in Africa, Profile – Christopher Ian...

No.23 - Spring 2006 - (184Kb )
Do we all see the same world?, Eyes and Dyslexia, ARROW (Aural Read Respond Oral Write), DITT’s Annual Open Forum 2006...

No.22 - Winter 2005/6 - (224Kb )
The dyslexia dilemma, User’s Guide to Memory, Language Shock – see the video online, Can you raed tihs?...

No.21 - Autumn 2005 - (371Kb )
DITT's 5th Annual Forum, Teaching & learning styles, Dyslexia and Teenagers, One in five entrepreneurs is dyslexic...

No.20 - Summer 2005 - (203Kb )
Nutrition linked to disorders, Professor John Stein’s research
findings, Learning about learning styles?...

No.19 - Spring 2005 - (327Kb )
Music and Dyslexia, how dyslexia can affect musicians, Spielberg – an iconic dyslexic, Dyslexia in different languages...

No.18 - Winter 2004/5 - (131Kb )
Collaboration - up front and behind the scenes, The trouble with Maths, The Grammar Cookbook, The Write Dance programme...

No.17 - Autumn 2004 - (234Kb )
Unlimited Potential, New Honorary Board Member - Peter Horemans, DITT thanks its sponsors...

No.16 - Summer 2004 - (413Kb )
The Mystery of the Lost Letters CD-ROM now on sale, Quiz - testing for What Works, E-training: Europe and UNESCO...

No.15 - Spring 2004 - (149Kb )
Swedish Princess to visit DITT, ICT partnership, Praise from German TV star, Tintin in London...

No.14 - Winter 2003/4 - (259Kb )
CD-rom hits the headlines!, Pilot training courses launched, Tintin at BETT 2004, Budapest dyslexia rendezvous...

No.13 - Autumn 2003 - (139Kb )
Belgian Royals launch Tintin CD-Rom, Fantastic artistic dyslexic Stephan Goldrach...

No.12 - Summer 2003 - (173Kb )
Dyslexia – up in lights, Teacher training is vital, Profile:Donald Schloss, European Schoolnet e-Schola...

No.11 - Spring 2003 - (124Kb )
'Dyslexia here and there' – a new DITT e-book duo,
Lobbying 2003 – the European Year of People with Disabilities,
New special needs education database ...

No.10 - Winter 2002 - (162Kb )
Raising awareness with the EU Reporter, Dyslexia – Difference or Disability?, New chairman for Scientific Advisory Committee...

No.9 - Autumn 2002 - (178Kb )
Tintin praises volunteer efforts, CD-Rom wins support of Herg family, Freelance producer joins BBC team...

No.8 - Summer 2002 - (128Kb )
Baroness Susan Greenfield's visit, Highlights from a mile-high conference, School languages conundrum...

No.7 - Spring 2002 - (126Kb )
‘The Brain of the Future’, Fighting the dyslexic’s corner in Europe, Numbers man Steve Chinn, Top tips from Luxembourg...

No.6 - Winter 2001 - (360Kb )
An important new multimedia pack in Flemish, CD Rom project update, global glances: Dubai, Japan...

No.5 - Autumn 2001 - (237Kb )
Sir Jackie Stewart and Tintin join forces, BBC helps DITT produce innovative self-help CD-rom, Marcelle Napier Award – 2001 Award-winner reports...

No.4 - Summer 2001 - (373Kb )
The Herg Foundation, E-books, conference reports...

No.3 - Spring 2001 - (202Kb )
What happened to the video stars?, European Parliament moves on disabilities, what is Eurydice?...

No.2 - Winter 2000 - (151Kb )
New Patron, Trilingual Belgium, 2001-The Year of Languages...

No.1 - Autumn 2000 - (202Kb )
Welcome, What works - Andy's story, 'Hello Europe' CD...