TDFC Palm Desert 2017 – Nancy Cushen-White, Ed.D. – Identifying dyslexia clinically and in the classroom
Identifying dyslexia clinically and in the classroom
Nancy Cushen-White, Ed.D.
TDFC Palm Desert 2017 – Fumiko Hoeft, MD, Ph.D. – Identifying dyslexia from a neurobiological perspective
Identifying dyslexia from a neurobiological perspective
Fumiko Hoeft, MD, Ph.D.
Literacy Dyslexia and Poverty – Presented by Joan Mele-McCarthy, DA, CCC-SLP, the Executive Director, The Summit School.
Michael Coyne is Professor of Educational Psychology in the Special Education Program at the University of Connecticut. He is also a Research Scientist at the Center for Behavioral Education and Research. He has expertise in beginning reading and early vocabulary instruction and intervention, school-based experimental research, multi-tiered or RTI systems of support, and effective practices for students with learning disabilities.