IDA will be hosting free bi-weekly webinars through our Facebook and YouTube pages. Accompanying the webinars, IDA will also be offering free resources and giveaways with registrations. Registration for this webinar will close on June 12, 2020, at 12:00 am EDT. Register here.
You do not need to register to view the webinar. A recording of the webinar will be available on the IDA YouTube channel upon completion.
Join husband and wife team Marianne and Keith Nice as they dive into the “how-tos” of online literacy instruction. Marianne and Keith will take you through the parts of a structured literacy lesson and provide sample activities you can use with your students. They will demonstrate adapting the materials you already have for use via webcam, describe how to use your tablet apps with platforms such as Zoom, and recommend online resources, apps, programs, and websites that offer free or cost-effective solutions. This webinar is designed to increase interaction and engagement while also maintaining the research-based methodology you are accustomed to delivering to your students. Save your seat for this exciting webinar!
Marianne Nice is a speech-language pathologist and reading specialist with over 20 years of experience in K-12 education. Marianne specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of dyslexia and related literacy disorders. She regularly provides professional development and consultation to school systems both locally and nationally. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Marianne is providing over 20 hours per week of online structured literacy instruction to students diagnosed with dyslexia. She consults with school districts, as well, about delivering powerful, synchronous, online instruction. Marianne is formerly a member of adjunct faculty at the University of New Hampshire’s Speech-Language Pathology program where she teaches a course in language and literacy disorders. She is an eight-time speaker at the ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) National Convention and recently spoke at the 2019 International Dyslexia Association’s annual conference. Marianne lives southern New Hampshire with her husband, Keith, and her two children, ages 16 and 13.
Keith Nice has over 20 years of experience in literacy. He obtained his master’s degree in special education at the University of New Hampshire. He specializes in language-based literacy disorders and works primarily with elementary school-aged students. Throughout his career, Keith has gained a wealth of training and experience, implementing research-based reading programs, interventions, and assessments. He is also a national trainer for the Lively Letters Reading Program. Keith is currently working in a local school system as the Reading Specialist/Interventionist for the primary grades, as well as working with his wife as a reading consultant for Reality Ed.
Share this with your friends and family…