Dyslexia is one of the most common learning difficulties—not to mention one of the most misunderstood. These new resources offer insight on this critical topic based on current research.

Dyslexia for a Day: A Simulation of Dyslexia

In this free-for-members webinar, Kelli Sandman-Hurley will guide participants through simulations that will offer insight into the challenges students with dyslexia face—including the social and emotional impact dyslexia can have on students every day. Participants will deepen their empathy and expertise and learn more about effective accommodations that are necessary for many students' growth.

Registration: FREE for members  |  $44.00 nonmembers (includes annual membership)


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ILA Research Advisory on Understanding and Supporting Students With Dyslexia

Download the ILA research advisory on dyslexia, which provides research-based knowledge and guidance for educators, policymakers, and other stakeholders about dyslexia, including its definition, identification methods, and evidence-based interventions.

Research Advisory Dyslexia

Dyslexia in the Literacy Classroom Webinar Series

In this ILA webinar series, experts from multiple disciplines cover topics ranging from common myths and misconceptions to new approaches for assessing linguistically diverse students.

Dyslexia: What We Know and What We Want to Know

This free webinar focuses on key questions literacy educators have about dyslexia—and which instructional supports research tells us are most effective. Dana A. Robertson, chair of the ILA Research Committee, leads a discussion featuring Young-Suk Kim, Dominic Wyse, and Danielle Dennis.


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Registration for each webinar is $29 (members) or $69 (nonmembers, includes ILA membership).

SAVE MORE: Register for all three at the discounted rate of $79 (members) or $119 (nonmembers, includes ILA membership)



Literacy Today: The Dyslexia Issue

The October/November/December 2023 issue of Literacy Today, ILA’s member magazine, was a special issue focused on the theme of dyslexia. Guest edited by Tiffany K. Peltier and Marissa J. Filderman, the issue sheds light on the challenges and misconceptions surrounding dyslexia. Article topics include word reading complexities, practical methods for screening and progress monitoring, tailored accommodations, and more.