Dyslexia resources Dear Dyslexic Podcast Series Episode 7 with author Sandra Hargreaves This month Dear Dyslexic speak with Sandra Hargreaves was formerly a Course Leader for both the MA SpLD, the PGC: Teaching Adult Dyslexic Learners in Higher and Further Education the PGDip in Assessment for SpLD (Dyslexia) at London Metropolitan University, where she was a Teaching Fellow. In addition she, was Module Leader for Supporting Adult Learners with SpLD, which was part of the MA SpLD run jointly by the Dyslexia Association in Singapore and London Metropolitan University. Sandra has been involved in dyslexia support at Thames Valley University, the Inner London Probation and Uxbridge College. She previously worked for many years in Australia at Macquarie University in the Teacher Education Programme where she was the Course Leader of the Secondary English Team. She has Associate Membership of the British Dyslexia Association in Further and Higher Education (AMBDA FE/HE). Sandra has been involved with education throughout her career. After initial training as an English teacher at the University of Newcastle in Australia, she completed both an MA and MEd at the University of Sydney. She has undertaken all her training in dyslexia in the UK. She is also dyslexic. Her interest in education has been extensive. She has travelled to the United States, where she had a Fulbright Scholarship and the UK where she enjoyed an educational award sponsored by the British Council. She has given papers at international conferences in the USA, UK, Europe, Singapore and Australia. She is also a co-author with Jamie Crabb Educational Consultant on the book Study Skills For Students With Dyslexia, Support For Specific Learning Differences (Splds) Third Edition, 2016. Listen now If you would like to hear more of our great podcasts then help us by donating. Donations over $2 are tax-deductible and every dollar helps! Please select a donation amount (required) $50 Will help us continue the work we are doing change the lives of young people and adults with dyslexia. $75 Will help us support young people and adults with a mentor. $100 Will help us run our 1800 helpline so those with dyslexia can connect through our peer support service. Other Donate Dear Dyslexic Foundation, changing the world through storytelling.