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Asian Festival of Children’s Content
25–28 May 2023

Many dyslexics may have had a slower start in literacy, but that does not mean they can't do well in school. In this workshop, we'll demonstrate how we make learning fun using tabletop games, and how parents and educators can continue to support dyslexic students in school and at home.

Inclusivity Table-top games

Shaun Low

Shaun Low (Singapore)

Shaun Low is the Principal Educational Therapist of Swords & Stationery, the first game-based educational therapy in Singapore for dyslexic students. He strongly believes that learning can be made more effective when students have fun.

Programme dates and times are subject to change.