Strategies You Can Use Tomorrow
Choose from 21 Strategy-Packed Conference Sessions
- Hands-On Options
- Dyslexia Resources
- Hundreds of Practical Strategies
Uniquely Qualified Instructors
Heather Kenny is an outstanding educator and presenter. Over the course of her 25-year career in education, she has served as a classroom teacher and dyslexia tutor. Heather works closely with schools and districts to support teachers in implementing practical, science-based instructional techniques that can improve literacy outcomes for students with dyslexia. Heather understands the challenges that today's educators face as they strive to address the needs of all readers. She is passionate about empowering teachers with knowledge and skills so that they are well-equipped to provide their students, particularly those who fit the profile of dyslexia, with optimally-effective literacy instruction.
Marcy Eisinger is an experienced educator, consultant and licensed dyslexia therapist. She has served as a Dyslexia Consultant, Section 504, At-Risk Coordinator and as a dyslexia teacher and interventionist in the public school system. In addition, Marcy has successfully provided interventions in both public and private settings for all types of students ranging from kindergarten to adult. Throughout her career, Marcy has always had a passion teaching student with dyslexia and devotes her time providing others with timely and relevant information gained from her knowledge and experiences to support students. She has provided professional development and public speaking engagements throughout the nation for parents, community members, teachers, school districts and other various organizational entities.
Cathy Collier is an enthusiastic, engaging national presenter and author with more than 30 years of experience. As a highly skilled and experienced teacher and reading specialist, Cathy brings to her seminars an exceptional depth of knowledge about current practical strategies for struggling readers who have or may have dyslexia. Her passion for teaching struggling readers and her belief that all students should be given tools, not excuses, drives her to develop the most effective interventions. You will find her sessions highly interactive, energizing and exactly what you need to support your striving readers. Join Cathy for classroom proven strategies that work!
Live Online Conference
6:00 am – 12:30 pm Pacific
|Opening General Session|
|Morning Sessions: Choose ONE Full Morning Session or TWO 70-Minute Sessions *One mid-morning break|
|Afternoon Sessions: Choose ONE Full Afternoon Session or TWO 70-Minute Sessions *One mid-afternoon break|
Live Online Conference
6:00 am – 12:30 pm Pacific
|Morning Sessions: Choose ONE Full Morning Session or TWO 75-Minute Sessions *One mid-morning break|
|Afternoon Sessions: Choose TWO 75-Minute Sessions *One mid-afternoon break|
Who Should Attend
Educators Serving Students in Grades K-6: Classroom Teachers, Reading Specialists, Literacy Coaches, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Instructional Assistants, Interventionists, and Administrators
About BER Live Online Events
With the current health challenges, all BER in-person PD events are currently being presented in a Live Online format:
- Outstanding Instructors
All programs are led by outstanding BER national trainers
- Extensive Resource Handbooks
You'll have access to an extensive digital Resource Handbook before, during and after your seminar
- Highly Interactive
You'll be able to ask questions in real time and interact with the instructor and other participants
- Program Guarantee
As we have for 46 years, we guarantee the high quality of our programs. If you are not satisfied, we'll give you a 100% refund.
Special Benefits of Attending
Comprehensive Digital Resource Handbook
You will receive an extensive digital resource handbook, specifically designed for this conference. Included in the handbook are resource materials for ALL conference sessions, even those you don't attend. These materials include:
- Practical, research-based techniques and classroom activities for supporting students who have or may have dyslexia
- Strategies that help build important pathways in the brain, needed for literacy success
- Important information on what dyslexia is, what it isn't, and how to identify children at risk for reading difficulty
- Tips and ideas for making your literacy instruction more supportive for students with dyslexia
Semester Credit Option
Up to four graduate level professional development credits are available with an additional fee and completion of follow-up practicum activities. Details for direct enrollment with University of Massachusetts Global, a nonprofit affiliate, will be available at this program.
Meet Inservice Requirements
Participants of both the Live Online Seminar and those completing the Recorded Version online can receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify five continuing education hours. State CEUs are available for both versions of the course. For specific details, visit www.ber.org/ceus.