Key Learning Center 
Annual Best Practices Symposium

February 23, 2019

10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
$65 - includes lunch 


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Building Resiliency in Children with Dyslexia - the story of one family's journey to success and independence

Keynote by Deb Luckett

Deb is an Educational Consultant, a Community Resilience Model (CRM) trainer, a member of the NC Branch-International Dyslexia Assn Board of Directors , a former Key School parent, and proud mom of a teenage daughter with dyslexia.

What is the Annual Best Practices Symposium in Multisensory Teaching & Learning?
As Key Learning Center's signature event, the symposium has a keynote address and two 75-minute breakout sessions. This much-loved annual event brings topics that are current, relevant, and meaningful to parents, teachers, and other professionals.

First Session Breakouts:

  • Experience Dyslexia® Simulation

  • Applying Strategies from “Community Resilience Model” at Home and School (Deb Luckett will continue her talk)

  • Interactive Practice and Reinforcement of Math Concepts

  • Using Multisensory Strategies & Group Work for Teaching Grammar and Sentence Skills in K-3

  • Using Google Docs and the Chrome Extension Read and Write to Increase Comprehension and Written Expression Output

  • Strategies for Building Writing Competence and Confidence in Upper Elementary and Middle School

Second Session Breakouts:

  • Using Multisensory Strategies & Group Work for Teaching Paragraph Writing in the Primary Grades

  • Strategies for Early Learners - Building a Structured Literacy Foundation in PK-1      

  • Exploring Ability as Identity: Supporting students in understanding their learning profiles   

  • Teaching Multiplication with a Structured, Sequential, and Multisensory Approach      

  • B5 Transferring the Learning: Moving Your Students from Surface Literacy to Deep Literacy



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