Thank you to Swift School in Roswell, GA for hosting this free community outreach event. REGISTER HERE (no cost): https://www.theswiftschool.org/programs/mar21swiftinstitute This presentation by Ms. Marilyn Zecher, M.A., CALT, (via Zoom) will offer some ideas about why some students struggle with mathematics from a diagnostic perspective. We will define and examine the core deficit in mathematics […]
Finding the North Star of New Chapter 49 Competencies March 22, 2023 from 9am to 2pm Virtual Conference using the Whova Platform Conference Keynote: Dr. Troy Hutchings More information and registration can be found here
NJIDA & NJSHA present Pathways to reading difficulties: the simple view of reading, poor reader subgroups, identification, and intervention https://www.njsha.org/continuing-education/conferences/ Registration Form Dr. Mae J. Balaban, an innovative member of NJIDA and NJSHA, was the driving force behind numerous teacher-training initiatives. In 1998 recognizing the positive potential of a joint conference, Dr. Balaban formed […]
Adults With Dyslexia Support Group This is a virtual support group that meets on the last Monday of every month from 7-8pm. Registration is free and required to receive the Zoom link.
Register: https://Spotlight2023March29.eventbrite.com DESCRIPTION – Wednesday, March 29, 2023 (#4 in the Series) Building Students’ Word Knowledge: How to Teach Essential Words Attendees will learn the importance of providing vocabulary instruction across content areas (i.e., English language arts/reading, social studies, science, mathematics) and the role of word knowledge for students’ reading comprehension. First, the presenter will […]