Square Pegs/Round Holes
The Right Fit for the Right Student
Thursday, March 23rd
4:00 to 8:00pm
Hosted by: Road to Learning
Teachers, Tutors, Administrators, and Parents
- Learn how the dyslexic brain thinks
- Experience what it is like to be the “square peg” trying to fit into the “round hole” with hands-on simulations depicting a dyslexic’s struggles in the classroom setting
- Learn easy and manageable accommodations for your class
- Discover supportive learning apps
Dr. Bobb Darnell, President of Achievement Strategies, Inc. presents:
Igniting and Inviting Student’s Confidence and Achievement
Discover how you can teach dyslexic students three powerful strategies that will help them confidently acquire, process, and use information. See how technology can be used to reinforce learning-to-learn skills and help students become successful self-directed learners.
Ruth Ziolkowski, President of Don Johnston, Inc presents:
Is it Cheating?
Lisa Stankus, Director of Road to Learning, presents:
Dyslexia – What is it? Who does it affect? How can you help?
Approximately 80% of the population fits into round holes, but what about the other 20%? We all know struggling students, but are we providing these “square pegs” with the best interventions? Lisa helps us to understand how the dyslexic brain thinks. She will demonstrate what it feels like to be dyslexic in a classroom setting and introduce classroom strategies that promote success for all learning styles.
Group Discount: Groups of 3–4: $55 per person; Groups of 5+: $50 per person
Dinner available for an additional $8.00
(All-You-Can-Eat Fresh Homemade Pizza, Salad, and Soft Drinks and Coffee)
*Early Bird Special: Register by 3/2/17 and get your dinner for $4.00!
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