Dyslexia Screening in Schools: Supporting Our Teachers By Doing it Right!

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” width=”556″]In this two hour webinar, you will learn best practices for both evaluation and implementation of an effective dyslexia screening process in your schools.

Our goal is to offer a framework of data-based decision making that will make your job easier.

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  • The difference between school-wide screening and evaluations
  • How to asses the value of a dyslexia screener
  • The top five screening measures being used today
  • Best practices matrix based on the plusses and minuses of each of the top five tools
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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Total Price:  $49.00

Time:  2 hours

Audience:  Educators

Level:  Intermediate to Advanced

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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Presenters:[/text_block]

mh-headshot-300x300Michael Hart, Ph.D.
www.drmichaelhart.com

Michael is a child psychologist with 25 years of experience in parent and teacher training, educational technology, learning differences and diagnostic assessment of dyslexia and attention problems. He is the founder/owner of www.doctormichaelhart.com and is currently providing online webinars and courses regarding the proper educational care of our dyslexic students. Dr. Hart is intensely focused on supporting parents and teachers as they become better informed and more experienced in the effective treatment of our dyslexic students.

Hodack TieTie Hodack, Ed.S
Director of Instructional Programming, Special Populations
Tennessee Department of Education

Tie Hodack is the Executive Director of Instructional Programs for Special Populations at the Tennessee Department of Education. During her 2 1/2 years at the department she has co-led the development of the RTI² framework and worked with senior leadership, national consultants as well as the State Board of Education to establish RTI² as the framework used to identify students with a Specific Learning Disability.  In addition, Tie led a large multidisciplinary task force that developed the Special Education framework, which includes Instructionally Appropriate IEPs. For 2 years, Tie has been responsible for an instructional programming team that provides large scale trainings as well as technical assistance for general and special educators as well as administrators across the state of TN. She previously served public schools for 8 years in many different capacities including reading coach, Response to intervention coach and school psychologist.  She earned her B.S. for the University of Michigan, her M.A. in school and clinical psychology from Wayne State University and her Ed.S. in supervision/administration for Middle Tennessee State University.