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Dyslexia Academy Weeklong Path 1 – Summer Institute 2019

Due to popular demand, this option being held July 8 – 12 has filled.

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These courses are all offered during our Dyslexia Academy for Educators week and will provide research and strategies related specifically to dyslexia.

Registering for this full week of courses as a cluster will save $150 over registering for these courses individually.

To register for the full week and take advantage of the savings, please be sure your cart says that you’re registering for Dyslexia Academy Weeklong Path 1 for $800.

  • Monday 7/8: Solving the Dyslexia Paradox with Nadine Gaab, PhD
  • Tuesday 7/9: Neuropsychological and Educational Assessment with Nathan Doty, Phd
  • Wednesday 7/10: Dyslexia in the Classroom (Part 1) with Kaia Cunningham, MSEd
  • Thursday 7/11: IEP Writing Strategies with Allan Blume, MEd, MSEd, EdS
  • Friday 7/12 AM: Cognitive Neuroscience of Dyslexia with Joanna Christodoulou, PhD
  • Friday 7/12 PM: Dyslexia and the Law with Dan Ahearn, MA, JD

Course Information

25 Hours/PDPs (total for the entire week)
Dates/Time Price
July 8-12, 2019
8:30am - 3:00pm

Registration is unavailable at this time.

Teachers Say...

Over 99% of Summer Institute participants believe that their instructors were knowledgeable and used current research.

Over 92% of Summer Institute participants believe that their seminars contributed to their professional growth.

About the Instructor


Nadine Gaab, PhD
Nathan Doty, Phd
Kaia Cunningham, MSEd
Allan Blume, MEd, MSEd, EdS
Joanna Christodoulou, PhD
Dan Ahearn, MA, JD

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