It was exhilarating to get to speak at Learning Ally’s annual Spotlight on Dyslexia conference. I was wowed by the number of attendees and their expertise. Thank you so much to the attendees of my session for their kind comments (some of which are included below– apologies I don’t have everyone’s name to properly attribute!), and thank you to Learning Ally for organizing this conference to help us all share resources.
- “Loved all the practical tools”
- “This lady is a gift for her LD students!!”
- “So excited about this! Thank you”
- “My son’s gonna love this!”
- “This is going to really help my 6th grader thank you”
These comments made me feel like this:
(and validated that I’m in the right field!).
For those of you that are here because of my session on Writing with Google, some tags of interest may include:
- GAFE (which stands for Google Apps for Education)
- accessibility (which has some assistive technology tools)
- dyslexia (this will lead you to both resources and empowerment tools for individuals with dyslexia. One blog I recommended in my talk was the Top Assistive Technology Tools for Students with Dyslexia, but there are many others.
You can also browse by category (on the right, e.g. Reading Fluency & Spelling).