The Learning Difficulties Australia Bulletin is a magazine-style publication in the area of learning difficulties for members of LDA. This publication contains a wide variety of information including short articles, reports, LDA updates, book reviews and information about upcoming professional development and conferences.
The LDA Bulletin is published three times a year.
The Bulletin team includes Dr Wendy Moore (editor) and Dr Pamela Snow, Dr Nicole Todd, Dr Robyn Wheldall, Dr Ros Neilson, Dr Molly de Lemos and Ms Alison McMurtrie.
NOTE: LDA Members can access complete back issues of the Bulletin in the Members Only Section.
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- From the President - Anne Castles
- LDA Award Winners for 2017
- Cover story: Leading by doing: Why the evidence is not enough - Chris Eveans
- Achieving whole-school support for students with learning difficulties - Robyn Wheldall
- Response to Intervention: The What, the How and the Why - Lyn Franklin
- A phonics check of another kind - Pamela Snow
- Book Review: Making sense on treatment choices - Alison Clarke
- Review of Professional Development Session: Teaching Morphology - Dr Lorraine Hammond
- Morphological Awareness: One piece of the literacy pie - International Dyslexia Association
- Review of literacy resource: The Huntsman's Lodge literacy series - Jan Roberts
- Specialist Teacher Consultants - Ann Ryan
- From the President
- Council Notes
- Subtract the negatives - Steve Chinn
- Dyscalculia and Difficuties with Mathematics - Tanya Forbes
- Cover Story: The Counting Trap - Ronit Bird
- Book Review: The Dyscalculia Toolkit: Supporting Learning Difficulties in Maths - Wendy Moore
- The cost of not counting: Developmental Dyscalculia and low numeracy - Ann Williams
- Mathematics: The ongoing crisis - Rhonda Farkota
- Solving Mathematical Word Problems - Paul Swan
- What's age got to do with reading? - Kevin Wheldall, Molly de Lemos and Craig Wright
- Daryl Greaves - An LDA Icon - Diane Barwood
- Consultants Corner - Jan Roberts
Volume 42, No 3/4, November 2010
Volume 42, No 2, July 2010
Volume 42, No 1, March 2010
Volume 41, No 3, September/December 2009
Volume 41, No 2, June 2009
Volume 41, No 1, March 2009
Volume 40, Nos 3 and 4, September/December 2008
Volume 40, No 2, June 2008
Volume 40, No 1, March 2008
Volume 39, No 4, December 2007
Volume 39, Nos 2 & 3, June/September 2007
Volume 39, No 1, May 2007
Volume 38, No 4, December 2006
Volume 38, No 3, October 2006
Journal editor: Dr Sarah McDonagh and Dr Lisa Limbrick
From 2008, the LDA journal, the Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, has been renamed the Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties, and is published by Taylor and Francis, international journal publishers. The first issue under the new name is Volume 13, No 1, which was released in June 2008. There are two issues of the Journal each year.
For members of LDA, the membership fee includes a subscription to the Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties.
For non-members of LDA, subscriptions to the Journal are available through Taylor and Francis. Institutional rates include print and online access or online access only. Personal rates include print only.
All enquiries regarding subscriptions should be addressed to:
Taylor and Francis Australia
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Telephone: 03 9866 2811
For further information on online subscriptions and instructions for submissions to the
Journal, go to http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=rald20&page=instructions#.U-1WoICSxWY
NOTE: LDA members can access complete back issues of the LDA Journal from 1997 and pre-publication articles from the Members Only Section.
Lisa Limbrick and Sarah McDonagh (page 1)
Parents' experiences of their children's supplementary reading intervention: A qualitative exploration
Tanya A. Serry, Pranee Liamputtong, Miranda L. Rose and Lesley Bretherton (page 3)
Efficacy of an evidence-based lieteacy prepartion program for young children beginning school.
Robyn Wheldall, Katherine Glenn, Sarah Arakelian, Alison Madelaine, Maree Reynolds and Kevin Wheldall (page 21)
Reading comprehension inteeventon for high-functioning children with autism sprectrum disorders.
Greg Woolley (page 41)
Schwarts's response to Chapman and Tunmer's analysis of reading recovery data: Whose ideology and whose politics?
James W. Chapman and William E. Tunmer (page 59)
Volume 11, Issue 3, 2006
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Learning Difficulties Australia 2006