We are looking for teachers, IT coordinators and parents to participate in the SafeReads project. You can contribute in a number of different ways by taking part in a survey, interview or design workshop.
Have 5 minutes to spare? Fill out one of our surveys.
We keen to find out about the different types of technology used by children with dyslexia both in school and at home. If you are a teacher or IT coordinator at primary or secondary school, or a parent of a child with dyslexia please click on the relevant link below. Any knowledge and experiences you can share will be extremely valuable in developing new technology that can better support the needs of children with dyslexia in the future.
KS2/3 Teacher survey (includes class teachers, SENCOs, TAs, mentors and leadership team)
IT coordinator survey
Have 30 minutes to spare? Take part in an interview (and get paid for your time).
We are looking for teachers (both primary and secondary) as well as parents of children with dyslexia to take part in a 30 minute interview about their experiences of using technology with struggling readers. For more information please see the relevant flyer below.
Have 1 hour to spare? Take part in a design workshop (and get paid for your time).
Finally we are also looking for teachers (both primary and secondary) to participate in design workshops to find out about different strategies for helping children with dyslexia access different forms of text. For more information please see the teacher flyer below.
Flyer for Teachers: Flyer For Parents: