Students with dyslexia face unique challenges—and so do the educators charged with providing them with literacy instruction and intervention that’s effective. In this webinar series, experts from multiple disciplines will cover topics ranging from common myths and misconceptions to new approaches for assessing linguistically diverse students.

Dyslexia: What We Know and What We Want to Know

October 10, 2023
3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m. ET

Join us for a free webinar focusing on key questions literacy educators have about dyslexia—and which instructional supports research tells us are most effective. Dana A. Robertson, chair of the ILA Research Committee, will lead a discussion featuring Young-Suk Kim, Dominic Wyse, and Danielle Dennis.


Some Truths, Myths, and Misconceptions About Dyslexia

October 17, 2023
5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. ET

Dyslexia is one of the most common—and one of the most commonly misunderstood—learning disabilities. In this webinar, Joanna Christodoulou will address some truths, myths, and misconceptions about dyslexia and answer questions often posed by educators. Core knowledge about reading development, based on current research, will be explored as well.

$29.00 for members | $69.00 for nonmembers (includes annual membership)

Spelling Instruction Through the Lens of Dyslexia: Development, Differentiation, and Adaptation

November 7, 2023
5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. ET

Spelling and orthographic knowledge support reading as well as writing. In this webinar, Shane Templeton will address the nature of the challenges that dyslexic students face in coordinating sound, alphabetic/pattern-based spelling, and morphology from a developmental perspective. In addition, he’ll share strategies for tailoring instructional supports and interventions in ways that are both effective and engaging.

$29.00 for members | $69.00 for nonmembers (includes annual membership)

Innovations in Assessing Multilingual Students for Dyslexia

December 5, 2023
5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. ET

Universal screenings for reading challenges and potential learning disabilities such as dyslexia are commonplace in schools, but are they equitable? In this webinar, Lillian Durán will delve into the recommended screening protocols and practices for multilingual learners in U.S. public schools and how traditional approaches do not fairly serve dyslexic or nondyslexic students. She’ll also explore innovative approaches to assessment as well as the nuanced decision making needed to account for home language exposure and the language of reading instruction.

$29.00 for members | $69.00 for nonmembers (includes annual membership)

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: Register for the bundle of three webinars at the discounted rate of $79 (members) or $119 (nonmembers, includes ILA membership).

Every registration includes access to the live event and to the event recording through June 5, 2024.

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