10-26-2021 Dyslexia Myths, Facts, and Interventions Live & Recorded Webinar 7-9 PM EST

  • $35.00


 

Presenter: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP

Tuesday, October 26, 2021  7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

This is a per person fee

URGENT FINAL REGISTRATION STEP:  After purchasing this webinar, you will receive an email which will contain an important digital PDF that you need to download. (Check your spam folder.) This is critical whether you plan to view the live presentation or the recording that all registrants will receive by October 28th. (You will have this recording for one month.) This PDF contains the link to the final registration step that you must complete asap to secure your registration. If you do NOT complete this final registration step in advance of the webinar, you will not get the link to the live training or the recorded webinar. 

Description:
Empower yourself, your practice, your school district, and your students by attending this important session on dyslexia. Due to popular demand, we’ve asked nationally renowned dyslexia expert, Marianne Nice, to return to present again “Dyslexia: Myths, Facts, and Interventions,” this time with just a few updates added. Presented by one of our field’s top leaders in the area of dyslexia, this session will also share real-life examples and perspectives from our speaker who continues to work “in the trenches” with educators, administrators and students within the public school and private sectors. In this timely webinar, Marianne Nice will share the most up-to date information about dyslexia. She will be by exploring the most common myths, shedding light on the neurology of dyslexia, and providing the critical elements of successful interventions and evaluations. This presentation is designed for administrators, teachers, parents and advocates alike.

What participants can expect:
- A review of the neurobiological basis for dyslexia and the most common myths
that prevail to this day
- An examination of the underlying linguistic components of early reading and
how these components differ for individuals with dyslexia
- An overview of critical assessment components recommended for a
comprehensive look at dyslexia.
- An examination of critical elements required to close achievement gaps in
reading specific to decoding and spelling deficits most commonly seen in
dyslexia
- Information about interventions that are best designed for students diagnosed
with dyslexia and why they work
- Knowledge of the “must have” components of a structured literacy lesson plan
and key questions to ask when evaluating such approaches
- A review of what to look for in strong IEP goals
- An understanding of some of the common pitfalls that prevent students from
making aggressive gains in reading

For those who attended this webinar when it was previously offered, and wish to attend as a refresher,
the bulk of the information from the webinar will be repeated, however there will be a small amount of
information that has been updated and refreshed.

Presenter Bio:
Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist and reading specialist
with 20 years of experience in K-12 education.  Because of her background and experience with dyslexia, she has earned the prestigious International Dyslexia Association - Center for Effective Reading Instruction - designation of Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist. Marianne specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of dyslexia and related literacy disorders. She regularly provides professional development and consultation to school systems both locally and nationally. She consults to school districts on multi-tiered systems of support models and the use of effective school-wide literacy interventions. She has been a speaker at several national language and literacy conventions and was recently asked by IDA to provide a national training on teaching structured literacy online.  Marianne lives southern New Hampshire with her husband, also a teacher, and her two children ages 16 and 13.

CREDITS: Whether you watch live or view the recording, this training offers 2 cont. ed. hours for all, and Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMHs) for Speech Language Pathologists. ASHA accepts CMHs towards the 30 hours needed for re-certification. 

Purchase orders are accepted at check out on the order summary page or they may be faxed to 781-812-2441, emailed to info@readingwithtlc.com, or mailed to Reading with TLC, 775 Pleasant Street, Suite 6, Weymouth, MA 02189. 

ATTENDEES: If you are paying for and registering someone else or registering a group of people, please enter the attendee names and emails in the PO section on the order summary page.

CANCELLATION POLICYFor cancellations made at least 10 days prior to the training, the webinar fee will be fully refunded. Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to the training will be subject to a $25 administrative fee. 

 


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