Spotlight on Dyslexia Virtual Conference Presents Leading Experts on Literacy and the Science of Reading

Online Jun 4 9:00 am all day - Central Time (US & Canada)

Price: $51 to $250


Why is the Spotlight on Dyslexia virtual event worth attending?

In America, poor reading skills are a major factor in drop-out rates and crime. Far too many students who are at-risk fail because of reading deficits that go undetected, and an inconsistent understanding of how a student learns to read. Teachers lack quality training in the science of reading, and amid the pandemic more students experience learning loss to widen the achievement gap.

Spotlight on Dyslexia is a unique virtual conference designed for general and special educators, administrators, specialists, and parents. In addition to three keynotes, skilled practitioners will address the latest information to ensure more success for struggling readers. Topics include literacy, dyslexia, equity, brain-based learning, academic, social and emotional learning. 

Keynotes:

Andrew Lewis, 2-time Olympian and founder of the AL Sailing Foundation, will present Perseverance, Passion and Purpose: Finding My Way.

Dr. David Kilpatrick, Professor of Psychology at CUNY Cortland, will present Embracing the Scientific Revolution in Reading and Dragging Your Colleagues Along with You.

Dr. Susan Hall, author and reading expert, will present What Does Structured Literacy Look Like in Practice?

The Spotlight on Dyslexia virtual conference is $69 for a Basic pass or $99 for a Premium pass. On-demand content will be available through December 1, 2021. 

The live conference will be delivered on a state-of-the-art virtual platform that promises to provide a robust, professional development learning experience to interact with presenters via live polling, Q&A, and direct chat.

Hosted By Learning Ally

A leading nonprofit education solutions organization dedicated to equipping educators with proven solutions that help new and struggling learners reach their potential. Early literacy and literacy- focused offerings are beneficial for students in Pre-K to 12th grade. Professional learning courses support all types of educators. More than 18,500 U.S. schools rely on The Learning Ally Audiobook Solution, an award-winning reading accommodation, to support  students with reading deficits to access curriculum on their grade and intellectual level, read more independently, and become confident and lifelong learners.  

Spotlight on Dyslexia Virtual Conference Presents Leading Experts on Literacy and the Science of Reading

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