Registration is open for DTI’s 2nd Annual Virtaul Conference, taking place April 23, 2018 – May 4, 2018. All 16 workshops will be available to all participants for the duration of the conference.
KEYNOTE: Live on April 23rd at 4:00pm PST (will be recorded)
Dr. Fumiko Hoeft – Cognitive and Socio-Emotional Resilience in Dyslexia: What is the Neuroscience Behind It and How Can We Promote It?
KEYNOTE: Live on on April 30th at 4:00pm PST (will be recorded)
John Rodrigues – TBD
- Jennifer Kasten – How Much Progress is Enough? Understanding FAPE in Light of Andrew F.
- Nancy Cushen White, Ed.D. – Identification of Dyslexia: Clinically and in the Classroom – Using Assessment & Evaluation to Inform Instructional Planning
- Sue Hegland – Building a Strong Foundation in Language and Literacy for Dyslexic Students
- Scott Mills – Cognates Through a Pedagogical Lens
- Douglas Harper – An Introduction to Etymonline
- Regina Richards, M.A., BCET – Reversing Students’ Reluctance to Write – Is It Dysgraphia?
- Daniel Ansari, Ph.D. – Building Blocks of Mathematical Abilities: Evidence From Brain and Behavior
- Peter Bowers, Ph.D. – Structured Word Inquiry (SWI): Understanding What is SWI and is Not — And Where It Fits In the Research
- Jennifer Peterich, Ph.D. – Using ASL Signs to Support Literacy Instruction of LD Students
- Tracy Block-Zaretsky – The Journeys Words Take Us On
- Terri Noland – Build a Foundational Belief System for the Social and Emotional Success for Students with Dyslexia
- Kelli Sandman-Hurley, Ed.D. – What is the Difference Between Orton-Gillingham (OG) and Structured Word Inquiry (SWI)
- Helen Brandon – Breaking the Code: Unlocking Multi-Syllabic Words for Struggling Readers
- Spencer Wetter, Ph.D. – Methods of Assessing for the Causes of Reading and Writing Deficits
- Jackie Hersh – Using Assistive Technology in the Classroom