2021 IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinars


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IDA-GA is proud to present the 2021 IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinars. With the support of our dedicated Dyslexia Dash participants and sponsors for this series, we were able to bring this series to attendees at no charge. Please let others know about this learning opportunity. Recordings are now available on the IDA-GA YouTube Channel.  Click here to view the 2021 IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Series Playlist

The goal of this 3-webinar series:

To inform and enlighten teachers, administrators, other education professionals, parents, and policymakers about dyslexia and the science of reading

Our speakers are highly regarded academics from research and teaching institutions in the United States:

  • Devin Kearns, U of Connecticut, Center for Behavioral Education and Research, and Haskins Laboratories
  • Nora Schlesinger, Kennesaw State University
  • Jennifer Lindstrom, University of Georgia
  • Nicole Patton Terry, Florida State University and Director, Florida Center for Reading Research

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 

Webinar #1 February 24

DYSLEXIA: WHAT IT IS AND WHAT KIND OF INSTRUCTION WILL HELP?
presented by Devin Kearns, Ph.D.

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Webinar #2 April 14

WHAT EDUCATORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DYSLEXIA TRAINING PROGRAMS
presented by Nora Schlesinger, Ph.D. & Jennifer Lindstrom, Ph.D.

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Watch Recording

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Webinar #3 April 28

FCRR—ADVANCING READING THROUGH SCIENCE
presented by Nicole Patton Terry, Ph.D.

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Watch 4/28/2021 Recording

View 4/28/2021 Slides


It is with the continued support of our sponsors that we are able to offer not only scholarship and grant opportunities but also events like this that are free and open to all those interested in learning more about dyslexia and effective interventions.

The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is pleased to present a forum for information to benefit its constituents. It is IDA’s policy not to recommend or endorse any specific program, product, institution, company, or instructional material, noting that there are a number of these that present the critical components of instruction defined by IDA’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading. Any program, product, institution, company, or instructional material carrying the IDA seal of accreditation meets the IDA Standards.

 


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