|What information should we collect? About whom? By whom? Why are we collecting it? Is it descriptive or predictive? Who is analyzing it? How does this analysis impact instruction? Are screenings used to identify students problems or to identify areas in need of teaching or both?
These are not new questions, but they are ever more relevant as collecting and manipulating data become easier and more common. These eternal questions will be addressed, but not always answered, in the several data-focused sessions at the 46th Everyone Reading Conference on Dyslexia and Related Learning Disabilities, March 4 and 5, 2019 at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Learn the latest news on data collecting, interpretation and data-based individualization. Ask questions and draw your own conclusions.
Among our two keynote addresses and 79 breakout sessions, you will also find presentations on instruction, intervention, assistive technology, social emotional learning, reading, writing and math, policy and advocacy, executive function and resilience. On Monday evening, you can celebrate Esther Klein Friedman’s lifelong determination to get everyone reading.
Take a look at the attached program. Come for one day or two. Registration is through our website or the Register Now button. Take advantage of group, student and CUNY discounts.
Hope to see you at the CUNY Graduate Center, Fifth Avenue at 34th Street on March 4 and/or 5!
Please also attend one or more of our free-standing workshops on basic literacy skills. Let data show you where the problems lie, and make good, appropriate instruction be the solution.
All Everyone Reading events are approved for New York State Education Department CTLE (Continuing Teacher and Leader Education) hours.
Last modified: February 23, 2019