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March 2021

23rd Annual Montag Lecture: Unpacking the Science of Reading So All Kids Can Learn

March 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Virtual Event Virtual Event,
Free

Register HERE.  This year’s Montag Lecture features Emily Hanford, award-winning investigative reporter who’s been working in public media for more than 25 years. Currently, senior education correspondent for APM Reports, the documentary and investigative group at American Public Media, Emily’s focus is on equity, the way we teach reading today, and literacy – arguing that there can be no social justice until we ensure that every child has access to reading. The lecture will be a must-see for anyone with…

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Early Literacy Screening: The Role of Early Identification and Its Implication for School-Based Interventions – AIM Institute’s 9th Annual Research to Practice Symposium

March 15
Virtual Symposium Virtual Event,
Free

  CLICK HERE to sign up to be notified by AIM Institute when details are finalized and online registration opens.  NOTE: If you registered for the 2020 symposium, AIM Institute will automatically send you 2021 registration information.

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Multisensory Spelling, Part 1 (of a 3-Part Series)

March 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free Virtual Event Virtual Event,
Free
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Expert Webinar and Panelist Discussion – Dyslexia: The Neuroscience of Early Identification & Intervention by Fumiko Hoeft and Margie Gillis

March 31 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Virtual Event Virtual Event,
Free

Register NOW! In recent years, findings from scientific research in education, psychology, genetics, and the neurosciences have increased our understanding of dyslexia and the importance of early identification and instruction for young children. In this webinar, Dr. Hoeft will discuss the different components of science and neuroscience informing the development of early screeners that assess school readiness and dyslexia risk in young learners. Dr. Gillis will continue the discussion on how young children identified as being at risk for dyslexia…

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April 2021

THE BREADTH AND DEPTH OF THE ORTON-GILLINGHAM APPROACH – Orton-Gillingham Academy Annual Conference

April 10 - April 11
Virtual Conference Virtual Conference,
$150 – $200

Plus 24 additional sessions - LIVE - with access for 3 months after the event. Click here for the details.

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IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinar #2 – WHAT EDUCATORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DYSLEXIA TRAINING PROGRAMS Jennifer Lindstrom, Ph.D. & Nora Schlesinger, Ph.D.

April 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Virtual Event Virtual Event,
Free

Register NOW Webinar #2 on April 14 WHAT EDUCATORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DYSLEXIA TRAINING PROGRAMS Across the US there has been an increase in the passage of dyslexia legislation, including stipulations for educator training. This webinar will provide resources to help educators better understand dyslexia training programs and help determine the most appropriate training path for them. The webinar will also help parents evaluate the dyslexia training used by local education agencies and/or tutors. This webinar includes the following:…

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Early Identification of Dyslexia: Research to Practice with Hugh Catts, Ph.D.

April 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Free Virtual Event Virtual Event,
Free

The Windward Institute presents two free educational lectures open to the public in the spring and fall of each year: the Fall Community Lecture and Robert J. Schwartz Memorial Lecture in the spring. While the lectures are open to the public, registration is required. The annual Robert J. Schwartz Memorial Lecture was established by Ms. Gail Ross in memory of her husband, Mr. Robert J. Schwartz, a compassionate and dedicated former member of the Board of Trustees who passed away in…

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IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinar #3 – FCRR ADVANCING READING THROUGH SCIENCE Nicole Patten Terry, Ph.D.

April 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Virtual Event Virtual Event,
Free

Register NOW Webinar #3 on April 28 FCRR—ADVANCING READING THROUGH SCIENCE For nearly 20 years, the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) has led the field in understanding and addressing reading development, assessment, instruction, and intervention. Join us as we learn more about how FCRR harnesses the power of research, innovation, and engagement to ensure that all children learn to read. Following this one-hour presentation, we will invite questions from the audience. Audience: Elementary & middle school classroom and reading…

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October 2021

2021 Dyslexia Dash

October 16 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 pm

This year's 2021 Dyslexia Dash will take place in person and virtually. Click here to learn more.

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