Global Readership Scheme - Learn in Diversity

Learn in Diversity
This content page recognises our learning cognitive diversity and it is addressed to educators, parents and students in need of resources that foster an inclusive learning environment. This page features several sections with specific learning resources on education for students with special needs, such as ADHD, dyslexia, autism or auditory processing disorder.

Early Stages: Learning to Read

Did you know? Only around 33% of children under 10 years old are estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story. Source: UNICEF, 2022.

Learning in Diversity: Student Resources

Did you know? Children learning on a diverse and culturally-awared environment have better social skills, more confidence and are usually more accepting of people who are different from themselves. Source:, 2022.

Education by Design: Promoting Inclusive Education

Did you know? Inclusive education can "foster students' socio-emotional growth, self-esteem and peer acceptance, while helping to fight stigma, stereotyping, discrimination and alienation in schools and societies". Source: OCDE, 2022.

Learning with Visual Impairment: Children Audio, Tactile and Braille Books

Did you know? A 2022 AI-based study in China was able to identify 16 eye disorders in children by recording and studying their gazing behaviours and facial features. Source:, 2022.

Learning with Autism

Did you know? According to the World Health Organisation, about 1% of children globally has autism and this figure could be higher. Source: WHO, 2022.

Learning with Neurodiversity

Did you know? Neurodiversity refers to the different ways our brain thinks, learns and processes learning. It is estimated around 20% of people globally could be neurodivergent. Source: National Autistic Society.

Learning with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia

Did you know? Dyslexia is the most common learning-specific disorder in Europe, affecting 9% - 12% of the total population. Source: European Dyslexia Association.

Learning with ADHD

Did you know? The prevalence of ADHD in men is 3 times higher than in women. Source: National Institute of Mental Health.

Learning with Pathological Demand Avoidance

Did you know? PDA is often seen in people with autism spectrum disorder and it can manifest through the resistance of doing things that feel like a demand. Source: Child Mind Institute

Learning with Sensory Processing Disorder

Did you know? SPD affects how our brain processes sensory information and it can affect several senses at once. Source:, 2020

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