Unless otherwise noted, the events will take place at the TN Center for Dyslexia, Room 116
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|1/23/16||Mr. Scott Field - Philosophy of Improvisation: Say Yes! Face the Facts, and Enjoy the Ride Morning Session Open to Educators
As a performance art, improvisational theater is founded upon powerful and positive principles that help people create scenes together. These same principles can be used in our ordinary lives, helping shape our ex-periences so they too are positive, cooperative, and creative. What parent couldn’t use those mindsets? This session will get you on your feet improvising with others, saying yes, facing the facts, and laughing.
|2/20/16||Ms. Hannah Krimm - Using Morphology to Support Literacy Success
Study of morphology can address phonology, orthography, and semantics, and support problem solving skills. The presenter will share activities and strategies that will equip parents, educators, and students to identify the logic in English spelling.
|3/19/16||Ms. Nancy Duggin - Reading Stamina—Eyes on the Page
A growing number of students struggle with reading, not because they can’t read, but because they do not have the needed skills to persevere through challenging, even difficult reading tasks.
|4/16/16||Mr. Joey Ellis - Basic Rights (STEP) FREE
|5/14/16||Mr. Joey Ellis - IEP (STEP) FREE