Supporting English Language Teachers To Upgrade Teaching And Learning Of Children With Dyslexia Through The Integration Of Emerging Technologies And The Acqusition Of Digital Skills


The idea behind the project!

Dyslexia is a neurobiological-based language impairment derived from difficulties in reading and writing and according to the European Commission (EC), it affects the 8-20% of both adults and children across the EU. The English language is an opaque language with a complicated orthography and a high level of incongruence between its spelling and pronunciation, thus, dyslexics who already experience reading and writing difficulties in their mother tongue struggle even more in EFL classes.

In addition, according to the European Dyslexia Charter (2018), teachers are not adequately trained on dyslexia and are not familiar with identifying their students’ difficulties and addressing their specific needs. Moreover, less than 40% of teachers across the EU feel ready to use digital technologies in their teaching.

Research has shown that the use of ICT tools can facilitate and enhance dyslexic students’ motivation and self-confidence, support their literacy and create an inclusive environment which allows them to participate effectively in the learning process.

Based on the above information and statistics the project idea was born with the aim to develop tools and learning materials for teachers related to dyslexia and how to effectively use ICT Tools, in order to create material to meet the specific needs of their students.

Target Groups

Teachers who teach EFL

English Language Experts, Speech Therapists with an expertise in English language


To ensure access and participation of children with dyslexia, in English language learning, and increase the knowledge and competences of EFL teachers to meet the specific needs.


June 2022 – November 2024

Our Aims

The LEXIS project general objective is to ensure access and participation of children with dyslexia, in English language learning, and increase the knowledge and competences of EFL teachers to meet the specific needs, by integrating emerging technologies, adopting new methodologies and introducing gamification principles in learning.

Aim 1

Promote the acquisition of EFL to children with dyslexia

Aim 3

Promote the digital transformation of TEFL through the integration of inclusive digital tools

Aim 5

Promote a holistic approach into the learning process with the involvement of parents as supporters and teachers as facilitators.


Aim 2

Ensure the provision of adequate and targeted tools and methodologies.

Aim 4

Enhance the digital confidence and competence of teachers through the acquisition of digital skills related to coding in Scratch

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Kick-off Meeting

KICK-OFF MEETING DATE: 21-22 JUNE 2022 HOSTING ORGANISATION:  PELICAN The Kick-off-Meeting was organised at the Škola Pelican in Brno, Czech Republic, between the 21st and 22nd of June, 2022. During the meeting, partners presented and analyzed the expected results and discussed the first steps to take towards implementing the project activities. Partners also communicated matters…

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Contact Us

Społeczna Akademia Nauk

University of Social Sciences


9 Sienkiewicza St., 90-113 Łódź, Poland


Aleksandra Zając

Email: azajac@san.edu.pl


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