This is a virtual conference in which there will be 14 presentations. Conference registrants will have 24-hour access to all pre-recorded workshops/presentations for the entire duration of the conference. After viewing each workshop, registrants will be able to post their questions on the workshop’s discussion board and questions will be addressed by the experts. Conference topics include: Self-Advocacy, Applying the law to advocate for a student with dyslexia, Qualitative Data for IEP, Creating Effective Intervention Plans, Influencing State Level Change, Reading Brain and Scientific Theory, Black Literacy Matters, Assistive Technology, Dyslexia For a Day Simulation, Parent Panel, Preparing for and Pursuing Legal Action: FAPE, and IEP Goals.
Number of Units: 1.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for. Teachers in the public and private schools (general education, special education, reading specialists), administrators, psychologists, private practitioners (academic language therapists, tutors, speech and language pathologist), parents, and lifetime scholars.
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