R 195

By: Stephanie Gottwald, Ph.D. (IDA PERSPECTIVES, 2016)

This article explores the global need to identify solutions for adults and children who are not literate. Using mobile devices for literacy instruction is pursued and the characteristics of a well-designed app to enhance learning to read and spell explored. The project reaches over 1000 children in Ethiopia, South Africa, Uganda, India, and the rural United States.

HPCSA allocates 3 CPD Points

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R 195

By: Susan Gathercole, 2008

From: The Psychologist, 21(6), 382-385.

This article looks at working memory and how it can affect children with reading difficulties in the classroom. It explores practical ways of supporting learners who experience difficulties with working memory in the classroom. 

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*This article forms part of the online course: Anxiety and Working Memory and should not be purchased if you have already completed this course. If you prefer to do the article only, you can register below. 

R 195

By: Lachman, V.D. 2016

From: Medsbrug Nursing. 25(4), 275-278.

This article on Compassion Fatigue outlines the difference between compassion fatigue and burnout. It discusses (with a case study) signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue and gives an academic and theoretical background on the terminology related to compassion fatigue.

The article provides easily accessible information on signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue. It provides the health care professional with personal strategies that are embedded in literature and philosophy and the health care practitioner with workplace strategies.

HPCSA allocates 3 Ethics Points

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R 195

By: Mads Paulsen

From: Perspectives on Language and Literacy, 44(3), 11-14.

This article is about the benefits, but more so some of the challenges with formalized screening procedures for early identification of children who later develop reading difficulties. It explores the limitations and benefits of two different approaches to early identification.

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