What is dyslexia and how can I help? The goal of this course is to provide teachers with practical information and strategies that they can use to create a dyslexia-friendly classroom with appropriate accommodations and evidence-based strategies that can help the 15-20% of their students who may struggle with dyslexia in areas of reading, writing, and spelling, but also general classroom learning. The course will include topics such as the strengths side of dyslexia, structured literacy, working and long term memory, twice exceptionality (gifted with dyslexia), dyslexia in English Language Learners, and social and emotional issues such as imposter syndrome.
By the end of the course participants will have acquired practice knowledge in the recognition, remediation, and support of all the dyslexic students in their classes.
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Dr. Fernette Eide is a leading expert in the fields of dyslexia and brain-based learning. She and her husband, Dr. Brock Eide, are the authors of the internationally best-selling book The Dyslexic Advantage (2011), and of The Mislabeled Child (2006). They also co-founded the 501(c)3 non-profit Dyslexic Advantage, which is a leading source of information on the strengths and challenges associated with dyslexia, and one of the world’s largest online dyslexia communities.
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