Instruction for students that have dyslexia: What teachers need to know
Michael Coyne, PhD
Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut

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. Dr. Coyne has directed or co-directed five multi-year research projects funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences focused on optimizing vocabulary and beginning reading practices for students with diverse learning needs through school-based experimental research. Full Bio


Conference Sponsors 

CSUSB, Palm Desert CA
Neuhaus Educational Center – Houston, TX
UCSF Dyslexia Center, San Francisco, CA
Wilson Language Training, Oxford MA
Aim Academy, Conshohocken, PA
Athena Academy, Palo Alto, CA
The Brehm School, Carbondale, IL
The Carroll School, Lincoln, MA
The Chartwell School, Seaside, CA
Curry Ingram Academy, Brentwood TN
Eagle Hill Southport School, Southport, CT
The Howard School, Atlanta, GA
The Summit School, Edgewater, MD
Westmark School, Encino, CA
Schenck School, Atlanta, GA