A Follow-up Message to Registrants
Dyslexia Knowledge Wednesday Webinar #2
What Educators Need to Know About Dyslexia Training Programs
For those of you who would like to rewatch the April 14 webinar, as well as those who were unable to attend the live event, you can now access the recording on our new YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOdg7-FLYxRy8lqHOXWfd2A.

Please share this link to the recording with others.

We will also add this link to the recording and the slide deck to our Topics of Interest Library: https://ga.dyslexiaida.org/topics-of-interest-library-the-science-of-dyslexia-and-literacy/
NOTE: The initial welcome slide has the information for our first webinar in the upper-righthand corner. We apologize for any confusion.
If you emailed info@idaga.org after the event to a request for a Certificate of Attendance, you should have received a COA form to fill out. After completing the form, please be on the lookout for your COA to arrive within a week. Don't forget to check junk mailboxes! Email info@idaga.org with questions or to check on the status if you do not receive your requested COA after one week's time.
Teachers, Not Programs
During the presentation on April 14, Dr. Schlesinger showed a clip with Dr. Louisa Moats. Many of you requested the link to that video.
"The fundamental variable is the teacher." - Lousia Moats
In this short video, Dr. Moats speaks about the relationship between teacher knowledge, instructional programs, and implementation of best teaching practices.

To watch now, click on the button below. If you wish to watch it later, you can find it in the "Topics of Interest" library on the IDA-GA website: https://ga.dyslexiaida.org/topics-of-interest-library-the-science-of-dyslexia-and-literacy/
Thank You
Thank you to our schools and educational organizations for their support. It is with the continued support of our sponsors that we are able to offer not only scholarship and grant opportunities but also events like this that are free and open to all those interested in learning more about dyslexia and effective interventions.

Our next scholarship application deadline is JUNE 1. Spread the word!
It is IDA’s policy not to recommend or endorse any specific program, product, institution, company, or instructional material, noting that there are a number of these that present the critical components of instruction defined by IDA’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading.