2024 IDA-GA Dimensions of Dyslexia Annual Conference

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IDA Georgia’s 2024 Dimensions of Dyslexia Conference: The Keys to Structured Literacy is an in-person conference to be held in Milledgeville, GA, on the Georgia College & State University campus on Saturday, September 28. This year, we will also host a Friday night welcome dinner for speakers, board members, and sponsors. The full-day conference is an opportunity for educators, administrators, parents, advocates, psychologists, and others to connect with one another and increase their understanding of dyslexia and related language-based learning issues and how best to address the needs of an individual with dyslexia through evidence-based, structured literacy practices.

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS: Jen Burch and Amelia Morel

We are limiting the number of onsite sponsor tables to SIXTEEN (Double Platinum, Platinum, Diamond) to ensure an optimal location for all tables and to allow time for attendees to visit the onsite booths. Other opportunities are available. View the sponsor packet HERE.

SCHOOL CONFERENCE SCHOLARSHIPS:  The school raffle is open until March 31, 2024. Principals, Assistant Principals, Literacy Coaches submit the school’s application. Details and link to registration HERE. Drawing for the ten winning schools April 1, 2024. Each winning school is invited to submit the names of 5 teachers who will each receive a complimentary registration to the conference. 

EARLY BIRD ATTENDEE REGISTRATION: April 15-May 31 (Early Bird Discount plus Member Discounts Available)
REGULAR REGISTRATION: June 1 until … (Closing Date TBA, Only Member Discounts Available)

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Tiffany Hogan, Ph.D. and Tracy White Weeden, Ed.D.  https://ga.dyslexiaida.org/2024-keynote-speakers/

BREAKOUT SESSION SPEAKERS: The Call for Speaker Proposals is open until March 4.  Submit your proposal HERE.  Presenters will have 1 hour and 15 minutes for their session to allow time for presentation plus Q&A.

We have lined up an amazing review committee to do blind reviews of the submissions, working to select a balance of sessions that align with the following:
1. Topic and theme are relevant to the conference.
2. The presentation is aligned with IDA Knowledge and Practice Standards.
3. The presentation is aligned with IDA’s mission.
4. The presentation is relevant to current issues in the field of dyslexia or other reading disabilities.
5. Learning outcomes are clearly defined.
6. There is evidence that the presentation is based on scientific research.


Click to learn more about each of our amazing sponsors!

Lexia Learning

Saint Francis Schools

Swift School 

The Howard School

The Schenck School & ReadSource

Woodward Academy Transition Learning Support Program


2024 Keynote Speakers

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