NJCLD Summer Virtual Symposium – Digital Learning: Meeting the Needs of Students with Learning Disabilities including Dyslexia
In digital learning the needs of students with LD’s, including dyslexia, must be addressed.
The COVID Pandemic forced all schools into digital learning settings. What was once an uncommon instructional platform has become an essential option for educating students. Educators and decision-makers today are deciding how this digital option will be implemented.
Join this FREE presentation where LD and dyslexia experts, Vicki King and Monica McHale-Small, address the elements of digital learning necessary for successful outcomes for students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, in grades 4 -12.
Key areas of consideration for digital options include the learning management system (LMS), communications software, content, and accommodations.
Monday, June 28, 2021 – 11 a.m. to noon EST via Zoom
Outcomes for Participants:
- Understand the roles of decision-makers in deciding the components of a digital option.
- Learn aspects of digital delivery required for successful outcomes for students with LD/Dyslexia in both core classes and remedial instruction
- Learn to incorporate and implement accommodations in digital learning for students with LD/Dyslexia.
Thank you to everyone who attended. Please complete the feedback survey to receive your certificate of completion.
For those of you who missed this event, you can download the powerpoint presentation and view the recording. Stay tuned for future opportunities!