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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

PAMELA FUENZALIDA is an outstanding educator with 13 years of experience centered around ELL students as a classroom teacher, and an ELL dyslexia specialist. With endorsements in general ed, special ed, and bilingual ed, she has worked extensively with ELL students diagnosed with dyslexia. Pamela understands the realities and challenges that teachers face as they strive to help children with reading impairments. She is passionate about helping struggling learners and students with disabilities reach high levels of learning, as well as equipping their teachers with cuttingedge, highly effective literacy practices. Pamela is the author of English Language Learners and Dyslexia: Practical Strategies that Work (Grades K-5), the extensive digital resource handbook all participants will receive. Pamela’s seminars are practical, inspiring, and filled with strategies, activities and teaching techniques you can use immediately to help ELL students with dyslexia and ALL bilingual students become better readers, writers and spellers.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Pamela is able to take relevant research and show how to put it into practice to meet the needs of diverse learners.”

“I gained a wealth of knowledge about ELL students with dyslexia and how to create better educational experiences for them in my classroom.”

“I learned about resources that I can use with my ELL students who may have dyslexia in order to create appropriate MTSS referrals.”

“I am taking away ideas of how I can remove learning obstacles for my ELL students with dyslexia to engage with their learning.”