2024 Keynote Speakers

Conference Details: OUR 2024 KEYNOTE PRESENTERS Tiffany P. Hogan, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at MGH Institute […]


Dec. 11, 2023 Benchmark Assessment System reading test is widely used and often wrong | APM Reports

IDA-GA Open Membership Meeting 2023

Meet the IDA-GA Board of Directors. Hear about 2023 and what’s ahead for 2024.  We invite you to submit a question when you register. 

AI & Dyslexia: Thoughts and Tools

Updated 10/3/2023 High school senior: Why aren’t more teachers embracing AI? – Sidhi Dhana 9/16/2023 An Opinion Piece: “I was still confused, and I decided […]

DIY Simple Ideas

Egg Puzzles Make Eggs-tra Springtime Fun! Is your child or are your students ready to experience the thrill of cracking the code in two-syllable words? […]

UGA Middle School Research Study Opportunity

Dr. Kelly J. Williams* is recruiting school/district partners for a grant that she should be receiving from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education […]

Blame It On Gutenberg Documentary

Watch it in its entirety at BLAME IT ON GUTENBERG – AVAILABLE TO WATCH NOW! “Our brains evolved to observe and listen, to communicate […]

The IDA-GA Teen Board

Announcing the 2024 IDA-GA Teen Board Arianna Hopkins, Junior, North Paulding High School, Dallas, GA Audrey Jane  Leftwich, Sophomore, North Cobb Christian School, Marietta, GA […]

Rock Entries (page 2)

Entries below (and on page 1) This rock was planted along a popular walking path that circles a municipal golf course in the City of […]

Rock Contest Rules

View the rock entries: Congratulations to our 2022 winner Carson of Vancouver, WA. Carson won an Amazon gift card by “planting” (placing) a #dyslexiayouarenotalone […]

Summer Learning Fun

Innovative Ways to Use Legos for Summer Learning Fun SUMMER FUN for the “budding engineer, the promising physicist, or the young artist.” Check out these […]

Accessing Books through Audiobooks

“For dyslexics, speech-to-text technology can open up vast opportunities for accumulating all kinds of knowledge.” – Dr. Lauren Katz Discussion “Balancing Ear and Eye Reading”  […]

Word Conundrums: could-would-should

Did you laugh?    Thanks for the chuckle, Stephan Pastis! (See Pearls Before Swine, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jan. 13, 2022)   There is no doubt the […]

Adults with Dyslexia

An Interview with David Chalk (Posted @idageorgia on 1/12/2022): In this moving interview with Nora Chahbazi of EBLI, David Chalk offers a glimpse into his […]