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The 2e Student: Characteristics and Support of Students with Dyslexia Who are Twice Exceptional, International Dyslexia Association

2022-04-25T15:58:17-04:00Tags: |

DDIG – “The 2e Student: Characteristics and Support of Students with Dyslexia Who are Twice Exceptional” May 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm DDIG – “The 2e Student: Characteristics and Support of Students with Dyslexia Who are Twice Exceptional” Monday, May 9, 2022 7:00 – 8:30 pm Central Marcy Eisinger, MS, MEd, LDT, CALT, CDT, the Assistant Director

College Admissions Testing and Neurodiverse Students

2022-04-25T16:03:41-04:00Tags: , , , , , |

Navigating the world of college admissions testing is nerve-wracking under the best circumstances. Add in your child’s dyslexia, and the process can be terrifying. Join us for a presentation by Wendy Raynor, College Admissions Test expert, to better understand the current standardized testing landscape and how to navigate the accommodations process. May 9 @ 7:00

Etymology & Morphology 101: Why We Can’t Just Teach Phonics, International Dyslexia Association

2022-04-25T15:54:24-04:00Tags: |

IDA-GA 2022 Outreach Webinar – Free and Open to the Public Register here: IDAGAoutreachMay4.eventbrite.com Certificates of Attendance will be available for this webinar. Note: Our presenter is an OGA Fellow-in-training. This means attendees who are certified by OGA can include the COA from this presentation in their documentation of contact hours for renewal of certification through

Success Stories from people with Dyslexia, Yale Center for Creativity & Dyslexia

2022-02-23T15:47:04-05:00Tags: |

Meet a remarkable group of dyslexic individuals who have become leaders in their fields. These out-of-the-box thinkers have not only overcome the challenges of dyslexia, but have excelled beyond their own and others’ expectations. They are scientists, artists, political leaders, writers, lawyers, professional athletes, doctors, journalists and actors. Each is a testament to the incredible

Dyslexia and Structured Literacy: What Every Parent (and Teacher) Should Know

2021-12-21T16:42:58-05:00Tags: , , |

This presentation focuses on the definition of dyslexia, characteristics of children with dyslexia, and strategies that parents (and teachers) can provide to support student learning. The definition and importance of Structured Literacy will be discussed. Links to resources provided below. Presentation resources: Dr. Cohen’s PowerPoint Presentation IDA Dyslexia Handbook: What Every Family Should Know Put

Neurobiological Foundations of Executive Functions and Implications for Reading and Writing, Dyslexia Foundation

2021-11-11T13:24:17-05:00Tags: , , , |

Neurobiological Foundations of Executive Functions and Implications for Reading and Writing THIS TALK IS RECORDED AND AVAILABLE ANY TIME Laurie Cutting, Ph.D. Presented at Dyslexia and Literacy: Executive Functions – Oral Language Connections to Reading and Writing on Friday, October 16th, 2020 from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professionals in Boston, MA. Laurie

Dyslexia Reading Webinar

2021-06-10T12:59:53-04:00Tags: , |

This webinar is Erasing the Misery (Functional Strategies to Read and Spell Big Words). Really Great Reading has many strategies. Among them is the “lose the rules” approach. This eliminates stress by teaching students how to use functional strategies and manipulatives to break words into syllables to effectively read and spell big words with ease and

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