2016 Dimensions of Dyslexia Conference

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2016 Dimensions of Dyslexia Conference

Many thanks to our attendees and sponsors of IDA Georgia’s 2016 Dimensions of Dyslexia Conference held February 20, 2016 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

This one-day dyslexia conference included a wide-range of topics including research, assistive technology, vocabulary, working memory and literacy. We would also like to thank our inspiring keynote speakers Travis Allen and David Flink.

Allen is president and founder of the iSchool Initiative and winner of the 2015 Georgia Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. He is quickly becoming one of the more influential leaders of the emerging digital learning movement.

Flink, who is dyslexic, is the founder of Eye to Eye, a national mentoring program for different thinkers designed to show kids with learning differences and/or ADHD how to be their best advocates, embrace and capitalize on their unique ways of looking at the world.

For information about 2016 keynote speakers, breakout sessions, agenda, and fees: Click here to download the 2016 Conference Brochure.

Contact us if you have any questions: info@idaga.org

Travis Allen and David Flink

Congratulations to our award winners!


Jennifer Topple, recipient of the 2015 Service Award, Rahil Kamath, recipient of the 2015 Destiny Initiative Award, and Sucheta Kamath, IDA Georgia Board of Directors Corresponding Secretary

Jennifer Rhett, recipient of the 2015 Leadership in Literacy Award


Thanks to our 2016 Session Speakers for sharing their documents:

Susan McCarthy Furman
Guiding the Transition from High School to College
Download Speaker Handout

Jennifer W. Greene
Identifying and Prioritizing Academic Vocabulary
Download Academic Vocabulary
Download Academic Word List
Download GSL 1000
Download GSL 2000
Download RANGE Instructions

Carolyn P. Phillips
Exploring AT Strategies and Solutions for LD
Download 2016 IDA LD and AT – Forsyth County

Frank Sapp
Free Software Tools for Struggling Learners
Download Tools For Struggling Students

Jennifer Topple & Kim Papastavridis
How Low Can You Go? Using Assistive Technology for Reading Comprehension in the Elementary Grades
Download How Low Can You Go?

Many Thanks to our 2016 Conference Sponsors!




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