Liz Sedley is the creator of Engaging Eyes, an online game to help develop convergence and eye tracking skills. Originally, she developed this to help her severely dyslexic daughter, and she now sells it to parents and schools. She’s also developed Fluency Builder, which helps dyslexic children who have the phonological deficit, and Spelling Tutor which uses spaced repetition to help dyslexic children remember how to spell the 1,000 most common words.
Do you teach pupils who can’t read as well as they should? Do they skip words or lines when reading? Or struggle to read long words? Do they struggle to copy off the board? Do they need to run a finger or ruler under their place when reading? Or lay their head on their arm, to cover up one eye, when reading or writing? Do they have difficulty catching a ball? All of these problems can be symptoms of convergence problems.