Wednesday, September 20th at 7 pm
Christ Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall
Experience Dyslexia® is a simulation that lets participants experience some of the challenges and frustrations faced by people with language-based learning differences. Participants are guided through six learning tasks commonly encountered in the classroom or workplace. These activities are followed by a group discussion focusing on experiences shared and lessons learned, as well as practical tips, accommodations, and interventions for the classroom.
Please register by calling and leave your name & # attending.
If you are interested in hosting an Experience Dyslexia® simulation, please contact Libby Wallace@715 235-6459(home) or email@example.com for more information.
WI FACETS Wisconsin Family Assistance Center for Education, Training, and Support presents: “Struggling Readers and Dyslexia” Cheryl Ward MA CALP
“Struggling Readers and Dyslexia” Cheryl Ward MA CALP
Cheryl Ward works with struggling readers with dyslexia in private practice at the North Shore Center, in Mequon, WI, and at the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Milwaukee. Cheryl is also the Past-President of the Wisconsin Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) and continues her advocacy work locally in Wisconsin and nationally. Cheryl is among the founding members of the Wisconsin Reading Coalition working to inform educators, legislators, and the public about evidence-based reading practices for students and reading preparation for teachers to ensure all students will be lifelong literate participants in the intellectual process of gaining meaning from print. Webinar will be recorded & available on WI FACETS website
Save the Date! April 20 & 21st, 2018
SEE YOU OCT 18 @ 7:00 PM
Save the Date November 8 – 11
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Georgia https://dyslexiaida.org/conference/
SAVE THE DATE:
Monday, November 13th DYSLEXIA PRESENTATION Presented by Wisconsin Family Ties!
DON’T MISS Session C 3:30- 4:45 PM #15
Hope for Struggling Readers :
Dr. Gocey will help you get a read on dyslexia, a specific type of learning disorder, and discuss the latest research on the needs of dyslexic students. A quick review of terms will clear up confusion about the different labels used in schools, clinics, and research. A prescription for advocacy and collaboration based on research and individual student needs will help everyone get on the same page to help kids.
JUNE 27, 2017