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REGISTER: https://dc.dyslexiaida.org/.../addressing-anxiety.../ Virtually join DCIDA for Dr. Roberto Olivardia's presentation on the impact of dyslexia on self-esteem, mental health, and how to intervene. About this Event Children with dyslexia are prone to problems with anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. This is mainly due to an identity and self-concept characterized by feeling inferior. This session focuses on the various social-emotional issues students with dyslexia face, as well as ways to promote self-esteem. Aiding children in achieving a positive identity with their…Find out more »
IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinar #2 – WHAT EDUCATORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DYSLEXIA TRAINING PROGRAMS Jennifer Lindstrom, Ph.D. & Nora Schlesinger, Ph.D.
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:…Find out more »
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…Find out more »
IDA-GA Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinar #3 – FCRR ADVANCING READING THROUGH SCIENCE Nicole Patton Terry, Ph.D.
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…Find out more »