February 23, 2019
10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
$65 - includes lunch
Building Resiliency in Children with Dyslexia - the story of one family's journey to success and independence
Keynote by Deb Luckett
Deb is an Educational Consultant, a Community Resilience Model (CRM) trainer, a member of the NC Branch-International Dyslexia Assn Board of Directors , a former Key School parent, and proud mom of a teenage daughter with dyslexia.
What is the Annual Best Practices Symposium in Multisensory Teaching & Learning?
First Session Breakouts:
Experience Dyslexia® Simulation
Applying Strategies from “Community Resilience Model” at Home and School (Deb Luckett will continue her talk)
Interactive Practice and Reinforcement of Math Concepts
Using Multisensory Strategies & Group Work for Teaching Grammar and Sentence Skills in K-3
Using Google Docs and the Chrome Extension Read and Write to Increase Comprehension and Written Expression Output
Strategies for Building Writing Competence and Confidence in Upper Elementary and Middle School
Second Session Breakouts:
Using Multisensory Strategies & Group Work for Teaching Paragraph Writing in the Primary Grades
Strategies for Early Learners - Building a Structured Literacy Foundation in PK-1
Exploring Ability as Identity: Supporting students in understanding their learning profiles
Teaching Multiplication with a Structured, Sequential, and Multisensory Approach
B5 Transferring the Learning: Moving Your Students from Surface Literacy to Deep Literacy