The New Dyslexia Archetype: Current trends and how to be an advocate

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Presented By: Josh Clark

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What does our current classroom landscape look like for a student with dyslexia? Where are we going in the future?

Dyslexia’s rise to the forefront of educational discussions has helped foster the ‘dyslexia is a superpower’ mindset, and the celebration of the soft skills that come with dyslexia.

While many have declared it’s “a wonderful time to be dyslexic”, are we being fully inclusive? What about those who, as the tide rises for dyslexia, have been left to drown without the proper supports?

Join us at Don Johnston, our friends at Texthelp and the International Dyslexia Association as we bring you, “The New Dyslexia Archetype: Current trends and how to be an advocate”.

In this webinar you will hear about:

  • Our changing perceptions of dyslexia in education and the workplace
  • Continued inequities in how we understand and support dyslexia and specific learning disabilities in our schools
  • 5 steps you can take to improve outcomes for not only dyslexic learners but all learners

About the Presenter

Josh Clark

Josh Clark is the Head of School at Landmark School, an independent 2nd – 12th grade day and boarding school in Beverly, MA for students with dyslexia and related language based learning differences. Josh is also the Chair of the Board of the International Dyslexia Association and an Expert Contributor to the global nonprofit Made By Dyslexia. Josh’s experience and perspectives on dyslexia and learning disabilities have been featured in Education Week, Teen Vogue and CNN.