Saturday, October 13, 2018 - Key has Two Special Events
Key Learning Center is hosting the NC Branch International Dyslexia Association’s Free Community Event:
This morning event takes place live at The Hill Center in Durham, NC and will be live broadcast to Key Learning Center. Guests at Key will have an opportunity to network and enjoy the company of others who are interested in learning more about dyslexia.
Free Morning Program
NCIDA Keynote Speaker: Deb Luckett
Building Resiliency in Children with Dyslexia
Deb Luckett is a member of the NC IDA Board of Directors, an Educational Consultant, a trainer for the Community Resilience Model (CRM), and a proud mom of a teenage daughter with dyslexia.
Panel Q&A: NC IDA Board Members & Julia Walsh, Miss Rose Hill 2018
Discussion: What to Do When a Child Struggles with Literacy: Key Components of an Evaluation with Dr. Deirdre Christy, Educational Psychologist and NC IDA Board Member
O-G tutors, teachers, and practitioners: Following the morning’s Day of Dyslexia, join KLC for lunch and a hands-on interactive workshop.
“Layering Your Orton-Gillingham Lesson”
Presented by Candi Sellers, F/AOGPE
12:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
$45 includes bag lunch and materials packet
This afternoon will be action packed and hands-on. Add tools and strategies to you teaching by adding depth and layering your O-G lesson. Weave in grammar and sentence skills, make learning interactive, and add those multisensory techniques. Candi will provide a useful packet of materials that you can use in your work on Monday!
Come for Day of Dyslexia and stay or just come to Layering Your Orton-Gillingham Lesson. You will register for Day of Dyslexia on the NCIDA webpage. Register for Layering Your Orton-Gillingham Lesson below.
Register for the Afternoon Workshop: