Date(s) - Tuesday February 25
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Winton-Scott Hall, Room 115
Dyslexia is the most prevalent Learning Disability among TCU students. Increasing our understanding of this disability – and its impact on instruction – will be the focus of this 90-minute Teaching-Learning Conversation.
Join TCU’s Disabilities Specialists, Sharon Kassler and Laurel Overby, from the Center for Academic Services, for an interactive opportunity to consider these questions:
- Who has dyslexia, and what are the characteristics of TCU students with dyslexia?
- How does early identification impact on the likelihood for academic achievement?
- When students are diagnosed as adults, what are the implications?
- Where does this conversation intersect with your classroom instruction?
- What are faculty responsibilities for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act?
- How can your instruction prepare dyslexic students for the workplace?
Register for this event on our RSVP page.