"Stealth" Dyslexia In High-Ability Students
Presented by Erin Burke, Dyslexia Specialist
Tuesday, February 23rd from 7:00-8:00 PM
Held via Zoom
Just because a student has above average cognitive ability doesn't mean they might not also struggle with reading. “Stealth” dyslexia is a term used to describe bright kids whose ability may mask their difficulty with the basic reading skills necessary for academic success. Erin Burke, Certified Dyslexia Specialist, will share signs of an underlying learning difficulty in reading and accommodations which can be used at home and in the school setting to support these students.
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About the Presenter...
Erin began her career as an Early Childhood and Elementary Special Education Teacher. She continued her education earning a Masters of Arts in Special Reading and Certification as an Orton-Gillingham Dyslexia Specialist. As a Reading Specialist with 22 years of teaching experience, Erin takes a diagnostic approach to reading instruction providing each student with the tools they need to become lifelong learners.
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