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Parent Student Access Dyslexia: Translating the
504 Plan into Effective Action

  

Maximizing Accommodations and
Parent-Teacher Partnerships

 

with Dyslexia Testing Specialist, author and parent
Shelley Ball-Dannenberg  

 

Join us for a free live webinar

Jan. 15, 2013 at 1 p.m. EST

 

How well do you understand your child's 504 Plan? Are you up to speed on recommended accommodations and how to implement them? How can parents and teachers collaborate to ensure student success? 

 

 

In this free 45-minute webinar, Shelley Ball-Dannenberg will

  • Review top accommodations typically found in a student's 504 Plan.
  • Show parents how to translate the recommendations in a child's plan for practical implementation in the classroom as well as at home.
  • Explain how parents and teachers can forge effective partnerships to help children with dyslexia succeed in school.
Also featured in the webinar: Learning Ally's Mary Alexander will provide a technology update on Teacher Ally - our new audiobook learning management tool that enables teachers and parents to effectively collaborate for student success. Plenty of personal Q&A time with the experts will follow the presentations.

Register now for this free online event



Shelley Ball-Dannenberg About the presenter: Shelley Ball-Dannenberg is a professional expert on dyslexia as well as the mother of a dyslexic child. She is the founder of Dyslexia Testing & Information Services, LLC and a Certified Dyslexia Testing Specialist. Shelley is a licensed teacher with nine years of experience in Language Arts and Reading in regular and special education classrooms. She has also co-authored a book with her dyslexic daughter: I Have Dyslexia. What Does That Mean?

 

 

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