2019 IDA Southern Regional Conference
Writing, Advocacy, and Technology
The Southern Regional Conference held on March 22-23, 2019 was attended by teachers, educators, and administrators, reading specialists, researchers, university faculty, psychologists, physicians, tutors, and parents. The featured presentations from Pete Wright of Wrightslaw, Dr. Margie Gillis, Dr. Cheryl Ann Chase, William Van Cleave, and a host of presenters who inspired and encouraged attendees. The two-day conference was packed with interesting sessions, a robust vendor hall, and many opportunities to collaborate with others.
Current IDA Georgia President, Karen Huppertz, and President-elect, Renee Bernhardt, discussed the important roles that parents and school staff play in ensuring appropriate student supports during their presentation entitled How to Get the Help Your Child Needs: School Administrator and Parent Perspectives.
IDA conferences are a great way to learn about best practices, current research, and resources for dyslexia and learning success. If you cannot attend a full conference, be sure to check the calendar page and look for outreach events in your area.
The 2019 IDA National Conference will be held on November 7th -10th, at the Oregon Convention Center. Click here for more information: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/website/887/home/
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