This is an informative website compiled by Sue Hall. Sue is dyslexic, so is her son, and so is his father. For the past 14 years, she has worked as a Davis Dyslexia Correction Facilitator with children and adults who have dyslexia. She is based in North Vancouver.
It is Sue’s hope that this site will answer some of your questions, and for those questions not covered, she hopes you will call her – 604-982-0092 – or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Imagination in Education Research Group at Simon Fraser University held an International Conference in July.
Elaine Harder, aka Annie Roach, an SFU Graduate Student in Arts Education is the Radio Host / Producer of “The Arts Edge”. She attended my session, “Fish Don’t Climb Trees”.
She was interested in how I came to be a Davis Facilitator, and how dyslexia impacted my life, and that of my son. The interview went on to cover the change in our education system that would allow all children entering school an equal opportunity to learn.
Listen to the archived show at www.cjsf.ca
Sue is giving a free information talk about her book, Fish Don’t Climb Trees at the Whistler Public Library on Saturday, November 14, from 2-3pm. Please advertise this to all educators, parents, friends and family who may find this information useful. We are ALL learning able, some of us just don’t learn the way we are taught. Thank you, and hope to see you there !
My book, Fish Don’t Climb Trees, is now one year old, and I have been delighted with great reviews, especially from my peers. So now its time to get the word out to a wider audience… I just joined www.espeakers.com … and locally I will be speaking at Whistler Public Library on November 14… and hopefully the Central Library in Vancouver, and Indigo Chapters in North Vancouver.. to start with ! Will keep you posted with more details.
Sue is delighted to be hosting yet another Davis Learning Strategies Workshop here in August. If K-3 classroom teachers use these methods they are able to reach all the children in their class, whatever their learning style. DLS Flyer 2015. For full details email email@example.com
Thank you to all the wonderful teachers who came to my session at the North Vancouver School Board’s District wide Professional Development Day today. It was a thrill and a privilege to be asked, and to be able to present information that I hope will help them to reach the children who appear to be learning challenged. When a teacher comes up to you at the end of the event and says “you really made me think” its all worth it !
This is very exciting to listen to not only because Dan Pink is well respected, but also because his information aligns with Ron Davis’ philosophy and methods – especially Autonomy and Mastery – enjoy !