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Teaching Students with Dyslexia: The Facts and Instruction That Matter Most
Thursday, October 22, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Dr. Jan Hasbrouck, Author, Educational Consultant, Researcher and Trainer, Benchmark Education
Sponsored by Benchmark Education
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In this edWebinar, renowned expert Dr. Jan Hasbrouck shares the latest research on dyslexia and explain how it can be used to guide effective and comprehensive instruction. Viewers will receive up-to-date information and learn about best practices that can significantly improve academic outcomes and lessen the anguish of struggling in school.
This research-based edWebinar provides educators with the facts and teaching techniques they need, and also help to dispel persistent myths about dyslexia. Viewers will learn:
- What fMRI brain scans have shown about learning to read—and how reading should be taught
- How to apply the scientific data on dyslexia to early detection and intervention
- Multi-modal instruction techniques for different grades and how they can be implemented remotely
- The importance of developing a “support success team” mindset with other professionals in and out of school
Jan Hasbrouck has spent her career helping educators around the world develop the knowledge and confidence needed to teach students with dyslexia successfully. This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to literacy, curriculum, and student services directors, instructional coaches, principals, reading specialists, special education teachers, school psychologists and counselors, and PreK-6 teachers.
About the Presenter
Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D. is an educational consultant, author, and researcher. Her research in areas of reading assessment, coaching, and second language learners has been published in numerous professional books and journals. She is the author of the book, Conquering Dyslexia: A Guide to Early Detection and Intervention for Teachers and Families. Dr. Hasbrouck has spent her career helping educators around the world develop the knowledge and confidence needed to teach students with dyslexia successfully.
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