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The Science of Teaching Reading: What Students with Dyslexia Need to Learn and Why

October 7, 2017
9:00 am - 3:00 pm


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There is a science to teaching reading and students with dyslexia need teachers who have that knowledge and experience applying it.

Presenter Dr. Margie Gillis is the president of Literacy How, Inc. She founded it in 2009 to provide professional opportunities for teachers on how best to implement research-based reading practices in the classroom.

Participants will learn engaging techniques for teaching a Structured Literacy approach – a method of instruction that teaches the structure of language while using key pedagogical principles to ensure that students master what they're learning.

- Learn about engaging and effective strategies for teaching all readers
- Learn how you can impact policy around reading instruction
- Great for teachers, specialists, parents and administrators

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NorCal IDA members: $85
Non-members: $95
Walk-ins: $105

(check-in begins at 8:30 am, catered lunch is included)

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