Emma Hartnell-Baker is an ND teacher who thinks and learns differently. 'Miss Emma' designs activities that include and engage ALL learners - wiring brains for orthographic learning. Over ten years ago she started to SHOW Aussie learners the Universal Spelling Code - through 'Code Mapping' - showing the segmented graphemes in written English words - and has developed an alternative to phonetic symbols for children, so that they can SEE a speech sound symbol - but that does not get in the way of learning. The characters do not link with a letter until in a word; this is vital for neurodivergent learners. Mapped Words are used to boost phonemic awareness and orthographic learning of students, and orthographic knowledge of parents and teachers. Visible English speeds up decoding fluency, frees up working memory, and allows implicit learning to take place. Miss Emma is now living in the UK.