Category Archives: Events

Spring 2023 – NJCLD Spring Symposium: Accelerating Instruction to Meet the Needs of Students: Learning Recovery in Math (4/15/2023)

This symposium will focus on evidence-based strategies that can be used to support students who experience difficulty with math. This is especially important in light of recent NAEP scores which show the number of students who struggle with math has increased over the last few years. As part of this symposium the presenter will review high-impact practices that will benefit

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2022 Fall Symposium: Navigating the Transition from High School to College for Students with Learning Disabilities

Presented by Glennis Daniels–Bacchus, Janet Medina, Psy.D., Arlene Stewart, Ed.D, JoAnna J. Barnes & Nicole Jimerson, Ed.S Students with learning disabilities encounter unique challenges when they advance to postsecondary education. NJCLD addressed this critical transition in a recent paper. Join us as we share the paper and discuss this topic from multiple perspectives, including those at the high school and

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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

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