63rd Annual International Dyslexia Association Conference: Reading, Literacy & Learning
The International Association Promoting literacy through research, education, and advocacy.™ Reading, Literacy & Learning!63 RD ANNUAL IDA CONFERENCE BALTIMORE OCTOBER 24 – 27, 2012 BALTIMORE CONVENTION CENTER
Advertisement Reading, Literacy & Learning! 63 RD ANNUAL IDA CONFERENCE Table of Contents Conference Information Special Events Letter from the President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Baltimore Area School Visit (Wednesday) . . . . . . . . . . . 15 IDA Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 Conference Kickoff (Wednesday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Grand Opening of Exhibit Hall (Wednesday) . . . . . . . . . 22 Destination and Travel Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Inaugural IDA Conference for Parents . . . . . . . Color Insert Hotel Accommodations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 MD Branch Social: The Best of Baltimore . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Continuing Education and Professional President’s Celebration Dinner (Friday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Development Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Conference Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Forms Registration Forms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67-71 Sessions Membership Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73-74 Session Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Scholarship Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75-76 Abbreviations Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Sessions by Track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Appendix Strands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Exhibit Hall Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Sessions by Knowledge and Practice Standards . . . . . . . 11 Speaker Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Learning Outcomes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Wednesday Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-19 Keynote Address (during Conference Kickoff) . . . . . . . 21 Samuel Torrey Orton Memorial Lecture . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Advertisements within this conference program do Thursday Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-38 Norman Geschwind Memorial Lecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 not imply endorsement of any program, product or Friday Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-55 organization by the International Dyslexia Association. International Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Saturday Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-65 I DA P U R P O S E S TATE M E N T The purpose of IDA is to pursue and provide the most organization dedicated to the study and treatment of comprehensive range of information and services that We have been serving individuals with dyslexia, their in learning to read and write… In a way that creates hope, of Samuel T. Orton, M.D., in the study and treatment possibility and partnership… of dyslexia So that every individual has the opportunity to lead a IDA’s membership comprises people with dyslexia and their families, educators, diagnosticians, physicians the resource that is liberated. valuable information and provides information and referral services to thousands of people every year. IDA’s Annual Conference attracts thousands of outstanding researchers, The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is a clinicians, parents, teachers, psychologists, educational therapists and people with dyslexia.
A Letter from the President IDA Conference Planning Committee Ben Shifrin, M.Ed., Conference Chair Deardra Rosenberg, Ed.D., Conference Co-Chair Dear Colleagues and Friends, IDA Headquarters Staff Reviewers Executive Membership Development C. Wilson Anderson, M.A.T. Carolyn Gore Ramona Pittman Lee Grossman, CAE Jill Eagan Kristi Bowman Karen Avrit, M.Ed., CALT-QI Sue Grisko Meredith Puls, M.Ed. you to the Reading, Literacy Maryland has provided some great activities, including Executive Director Manager of Membership Director of Development Michele Berg, Ph.D. Susan Hall, Ed.D. Laura Raynolds & Learning Conference, the Judith Birsch Ed.D. Charles Haynes, Ed.D. Michael Ryan, Ph.D. Operations Field Services Professional Services Dale Brown Joyce Hedrick, M.Ed. Diana Sauter, Ph.D. Jemicy Upper and Lower Schools and Odyssey School, as Linda Marston Anna Reuter Elisabeth Liptakthe International Dyslexia Association, October 24–27 Elsa Cardenas-Hagan, Susan Heinz, Ph.D. Elke Schneider, Ph.D. Director of Operations Director of Field Services Director of Professional Ed.D., CALT Nancy Hennessy, M.Ed. Patricia Sekel, Ph.D. Service Suzanne Carreker, Marcia Henry, Ph.D. Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D.Maryland. While enjoying the immense heritage and Stacy Friedman Christy Blevins Bookkeeper Manager of Field Services Ph.D., CALT-QI Pamela Hook, Ph.D. Jill Slee, Ph.D. Hugh Catts, Ph.D. Martha Hougen, Ph.D. Sandra Soper, M.Ed.of outstanding presentations, social interactions and Cyndi Powers Conferences Regina Cicci Wayne Hresko, Ph.D. Richard Sparks, Ed.D. Office Assistant Kristen L. Penczek, M.A. Elizabeth Clark Lori Josephson, M.A. Maravene Taylor-Roscow,from around the globe and explore an array of resources Denise Douce Director of Conferences Nancy Coffman, M.S. Diana Hanbury King, F/AOGPE Ph.D.in the exhibit hall. This year’s session program presents Editor Darnella Parks, M.A.,CMP Barbara Conway, Deborah Knight, Ph.D. Carol Tolman, Ed.D. Ph.D., CALT, LDT John Kruidenier, Ed.D. Harley Tomey, IIIa diverse mix of presentations sure to provide you with Manager of Conferences Candace Cortiella Lynn Kuhn, M.A. Valerie Tucker Georgette Dickman, Ed.D. Che Kan Leong, Ph.D. Karen Vickery, Ed.D.your classrooms, centers and homes. — G. Emerson Dickman, III, J.D. Maureen Lovett, Ph.D. Jeanne Wanzek, Ph.D. of the Conference. Board of Directors Gad Elbeheri, Ph.D. Heikki Lyytinen, Ph.D. Beverly Weiser, Ph.D.The Conference starts on Wednesday with John Everatt Paul Macaruso, Ph.D. Nancy Cushen White, Ed.D.your choice of one of four exceptional full-day Eric Q. Tridas, M.D., President Lynne Fitzhugh, Ph.D., CALT-QI Mary Farrell, Ph.D. Abdessatar Mahfoudhi Anne Whitney, Ed.D. Guinevere Eden, Ph.D., Immediate Jonathan Green Angela Fawcett, Ph.D. Nancy Mather, Ph.D. David Winterssymposia led by Gordon Sherman, Louisa Moats, investment and a wonderful opportunity for you to Eric E. Heyer Past President Antonio Fierro, Ed.D. Marianne Meyer, M.A. Beverly WolfMichelle Mazzocco, and Susan Lowell. These Suzanne Carreker, Ph.D., CALT-QI, Richard “Dick” O. Jacobs, J.D. Lynne Fitzhugh, Ph.D., CALT-QI Louisa Moats, Ed.D. Mary Yarus, M.Ed., CALTsymposia will address important and timely subjects Department and all the staff at IDA for their careful Vice President Hal Malchow Margie Gillis, Ed.D. Sabina Neugbauer, Ed.D. Ron Yoshimoto, F/AOGPE Cinthia Haan, Vice President Greg Matthews, C.P.A. Monica Gordon-Pershey, Joyce Pickering, Hum.D., Jennifer Zvi, Ph.D.Core Standards, Mathematics and Assessment. We will conference program. Susan Lowell, M.A., BCET, Vice President Janis Mitchell Ed.D., CCC-SLP CCC/SLP, CALT-QI Karen Dakin, M.Ed., Secretary Louisa Moats, Ed.D. Ben Shifrin, M.Ed., Treasurer Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D. Becky Aldred, M.Ed., Leo Stern, J.D.hors d’oeuvres at the exhibit hall grand opening. Edward C. Taylor, Ph.D. Scientific Advisory Board Sincerely yours, Branch Council Chair Lee Grossman, CAE, Executive Director Sinclair SherrillDuring the conference we will honor University Elsa Cardenas-Hagan, Ed.D., CALT Mary Wennersten, M.Ed. Marilyn Jager Adams, Ph.D. George W. Hynd, Ed.D. Hollis Scarborough, Ph.D. Gad Elbeheri, Ph.D. Hugh W. Catts, Ph.D. Doris J. Johnson, Ph.D. Sally E. Shaywitz, M.D. Martha Bridge Denckla, M.D. Heikki Lyytinen, Ph.D. Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D. Eric Q. Tridas, M.D. Carsten Elbro, Ph.D. Richard K. Olson, Ph.D. Margaret J. Snowling, Ph.D.as this year’s Norman Geschwind Memorial Lecturer. Usha Goswami, Ph.D. Kenneth R. Pugh, Ph.D. Joseph K. Torgesen, Ph.D.We will also honor two legendary pioneers in the President Council of Advisorswith the Samuel Torrey Orton Award. This year’s Marilyn Jager Albert M. Galaburda, M.D. Bruce Pennington, Ph.D. Adams, Ph.D. Alice H. Garside, Ed.M. Ralph D. Rabinovitch, M.D. Nominating Committee Dirk J. Bakker, Ph.D. Rosa A. Hagin, Ph.D. Sylvia O. Richardson, M.D.recipients are longtime IDA supporters, advocates and Susan K. Brady, Ph.D. Jeannette Jansky, Ph.D. Hollis S. Scarborough, Ph.D. Sue Voit, Chair Lynn Flowers, Ph.D. Hugh Catts, Ph.D. Lucia Karnes, Ph.D. Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D. C. Wilson Anderson, M.A.T. Charles Haynes, Ed.D. Regina Cicci, Ph.D. Diana Hanbury King, Archie A. Silver, M.D. David Applefeld Joyce Pickering, Hum.D., CCC/SLP, CALT-QI Martha Bridge F/AOGPE Margaret Snowling, Ph.D. Carolyn Blackwood Patricia Roberts Denckla, M.D. Edith Klasen, Ph.D. Joseph Torgesen, Ph.D. Drake D. Duane, M.D. Carolyn L. Kline Lucius Waites, M.D. Leon Eisenberg, M.D. Che Kan Leong, Ph.D. Dorothy Whitehead Jack M. Fletcher, Ph.D. G. Reid Lyon, Ph.D. Maryanne Wolf, Ed.D. Uta Frith, Ph.D. John McLeod, Ph.D. Beverly Wolf2 Register online www.interdys.org Register online www.interdys.org 3
IDA BranchesAlabama Connecticut Kentucky New York Tennessee Registration Information Long IslandAlaska D.C. Capital Area Louisiana Texas Western New YorkArizona Florida Maryland Austin Registration Rates Early Bird Regular Onsite Special Event Tickets North Carolina Tickets for special events at the 63rd Annual Conference includingCalifornia Georgia Massachusetts Ohio Dallas and Deadlines By October 1 Oct. 2 — 17 Oct. 23 — 27 the Branch Social Event, the President’s Celebration, and School Inland Empire Visit may be purchased via the registration form. Hawaii Michigan Central Ohio Houston IDA Member Rate Los Angeles Northern Ohio Full Registration $425 $475 $525 Northern California Illinois Minnesota Virginia Quantities are limited and may not be available for purchase on Ohio Valley 2-Day Registration $350 $375 $400 San Diego Upper Midwest 1-Day Registration $225 $250 $275 site. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. 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Join/renew your IDA membership and Australian Dyslexia Association Bundesverband Legasthenie Centre for Child Evaluation and Philippine Dyslexia Foundation register for the conference at the same time and save! and accurate for your registration to be processed. und Dyskalkulie Teaching (CCET)Austria Singapore Berufsverband akademischer England Kuwait Dyslexia Association Dyslexia Association of must be made in U.S. dollars. How to Register LRS-Therapeutinnen (BALT) British Dyslexia Association Singapore Latvia Online (Preferred, No Fee) Qualitatszirkel Legasthenie Dyslexia Foundation Pro Futuro Yemen Conference materials, including name badges, will be Please visit www.interdys.org/AnnualConference.htm and click distributed on site. Yemen Dyslexia Association the link for “Registration” to access our online registration system.Brazil India Brazilian Dyslexia Association Maharashtra Dyslexia Online registration is powered by Cvent. badge. Individuals without a badge may not attend conference Association IDA has 44 Branches in the United States and Canada,Cameroon Fax ($10 Processing Fee, Deadline October 8, 2012) sessions, meetings or events. Association of Educational Ireland and 21 Global Partners. IDA Branches publish local Please complete the enclosed Registration Form, include your Foundation Dyslexia Association of Ireland newsletters and hold at least four public activities payment information, and fax to 410-321-5069. firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-296-0232.Costa Rica Israel (conferences, workshops, teacher training, educational Mail ($10 Processing Fee, Postmarked Deadline Fundacion Costarricense Israel IDA National Affiliate seminars and other support activities) per year. You may October 8, 2012.) on the registration form to be eligible for the member rate. de Dislexia Japan request that your name be placed on any Branch mailing Please complete the enclosed Registration Form, include your If you are joining IDA in conjunction with your registration, pleaseCzech Republic Japan Dyslexia Research list to receive notification of scheduled events. New members payment, and send to: 63rd Annual Conference Registration complete the membership form as well as the registration form. Czech Dyslexia Association Association may affiliate with the Branch of their choice. The International Dyslexia Association This CAN be done quickly and easily online as well. If you are 40 York Road, 4th Floor unsure of your member number, contact email@example.com.Egypt For additional information, please contact Baltimore, MD 21204 The Egyptian Society for the Field Services Department at On-Site eligible to send faculty/staff to the Conference at the member Developing Skills of Children IDA Headquarters at 410-296-0232, ext. 404. On-site registration hours are as follows: rate. If registering via paper format, each staff person must with Special Needs (ADVANCE) Tuesday, October 23 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. complete a separate registration form. Please indicate the Wednesday, October 24 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. organization name and institutional member identification Thursday, October 25 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. number on the registration form. If registering online, simply Annual Membership Meeting Friday, October 26 Saturday, October 27 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. select the group registration option. Payment Methods a college or graduate program. Students must provide proof Credit Card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. of full-time student status to access the student rate. Please fax Please join the IDA President, Officers Check: Payable to “The International Dyslexia Association.” Cash: On-site only. a copy of your formal course schedule to 410-321-5069 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours of online and Executive Director E-check: Online registration only. registration, or send a copy with your Registration Form. Cancellation Policy Purchase Order: If your company or school requires a purchase Thursday, October 25th must be made in writing via e-mail order to process payment, you MUST include the following: email@example.com or by certified mail. No exceptions. Cancellation deadline is October 1, 2012. Cancellations made in writing on or before October 1, 2012 4–5:30 p.m. Invoices will be sent upon registration completion. Payment must be received for admittance to the conference. will be refunded, less a $25 processing fee. October 1, 2012. No refunds for no-shows. Elections of new IDA Board Members –12 weeks after and updates on IDA initiatives Registration is closed the Conference. October 18-22, 2012.4 Register online www.interdys.org Register online www.interdys.org 5
Destination and Travel Information Heading Continuing Education and Professional Development HeadingConference Location Hotel Accommodations Virginia Commonwealth University An annual ASHA CE Registry fee is required to registerIDA is proud to host the 2012 Annual Conference at the Special conference rates and room blocks are available at ASHA CEUs. CE Registry fees are paid by the participant Continuing Education Units (CEUs) directly to the ASHA National Office.Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. the following hotels: For professionals in education, psychology, counseling and other areas, CEUs will be available through Virginia The annual CE Registry fee allows registration of anBaltimore Convention Center Hilton Baltimore (host hotel) $199 per night single/double unlimited number of ASHA CEUs for the calendar year. Commonwealth University. Although not equivalent to1 West Pratt Street 401 West Pratt Street $209 per night triple Contact ASHA CE staff at 800-498-2071 ext. 8591 VCU undergraduate or graduate credits, CEUs are recordedBaltimore, MD 21201 Baltimore, MD 21201 $235 per night quad (Action Center) for CE Registry fee subscription on a VCU certificate and a transcript which may be obtainedwww.bccenter.org information. IDA’s administrative fee to process your ASHA Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor at Camden Yards without charge as often as requested. CEUs are accepted by many state agencies and professional organizations as CEUs is $10.00. Attendees must register for ASHA creditsAbout Baltimore 110 S. Eutaw Street $189 per night single/double and pick up their packet of forms at the Continuing Education Baltimore, MD 21201 $199 per night triple/quad evidence of contact or clock hours toward certificate renewal.Baltimore – the colorful, diverse city that is Maryland’s largest Booth in the IDA Registration Area BEFORE going to their Individuals should contact their employer or agency first session. Completed forms must be returned to thecity and economic hub is known for its beautiful harbor; per night single/double prior to coming to the conference to Continuing Education Booth upon completion of yourquirky, distinct neighborhoods; unique museums and the 301 West Lombard Street determine whether CEUs are applicable to their last session at the conference (no later than 1:30 p.m.world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, MD 21201 on Saturday, October 27, 2012).Baltimore’s downtown Inner Harbor and Waterfront is home Prices reflect standard guest rooms. Executive rooms and One CEU is defined as ten (10) contact hours. It is possible Speakers have designated learning outcomes for theirto many tasty restaurants, exceptional shopping, famous suites are also available for an additional cost. to earn a total of 2.9 CEUs by attending all conference sessions. This information will be provided to allmuseums, live entertainment, local pubs and taverns. sessions, Wednesday through Saturday. CEUs can be earned participants who register for ASHA credits. Discounted room rates are available three days before and for one to four days, but not for partial day attendance. ADowntown is also home to the region’s biggest and best Questions about ASHA CEUs should be directed to three days after the conference, so come early and stay late! one-time processing fee of $25 will be charged regardlessselection of nightlife, galleries and theatre. It is home to the of the number of CEUs earned. Conference Department (firstname.lastname@example.org orOrioles, Ravens, and Baltimore Blast. You can also explore Please visit www.interdys.org/annualconference.htm and click 410-296-0232 x 406). Very Important: Attendees planning to earn CEUs MUSTneighborhoods such as Federal Hill, Fell’s Point, and Mount on the housing link to reserve your room today. follow these directions in order to receive credit. These areVernon to discover more one-of-a-kind neighborhood shops strict requirements and there are NO exceptions:and restaurants. Or reserve your room by phone by calling 800-631-8974. the Continuing Education booth in the Registration area Certificates of Attendance denoting the number of CEU’sWhile in Baltimore Baltimore Washington International BEFORE 8:00 a.m. on the first day for which credit is pursued, will be emailed to all attendees after the conference desired. and may enable participants to register their credit with theElegant museums, eclectic performance venues, sites of (BWI) Airport appropriate licensing boards or associations.inspiring historical significance and points of ethnic and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall ismulticultural importance surround you in Baltimore from the Discover or personal checks are accepted; cash is an international airport serving the Baltimore-Washington not accepted.traditional to the unexpected. Metropolitan Area. BWI is about 10 miles south of Baltimore Academic Language Therapy Association and 32 miles northeast of Washington, DC. It is named after to the first session for each day which you want CEUs.If you’re an art lover, be sure to stop at the Baltimore Museum Thurgood Marshall, a Baltimore native and the first African (ALTA)of Art, the American Visionary Art Museum or the Walters ALTA members may use the generic Certificate of Attendance American to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States. on EVERY day that you want CEUs credits. for continuing education credit. Certificates of Attendance areArt Museum. For a historical perspective, visit The Reginald BWI airport is about 10 miles from the Hilton Baltimore. A sign posted at the booth will specify the hours that available at the Continuing Education booth in the on-siteF. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History or a representative will be available. Registration Area.Maryland Historical Society. Ground Transportation Visit www.vcu.edu for more information about Virginia Taxi Cab Questions about continuing education credit shouldGeppi’s Entertainment Museum, the National Aquarium Commonwealth University. be directed to Casey Conway at the ALTA national Taxis are available to/from BWI airport to the downtown areaand the Great Blacks in Wax Museum also offer fun and at rates ranging from $45-$55 each way. You can catch a taxi headquarters (email@example.com oreducational ways to spend your free time. right outside of BWI Airport or outside of your hotel. 972-233-9107, x 201). Visit http://www.altaread.org The International Dyslexia for more information about ALTA.And, of course, Baltimore is known for its culinary prowess! Shuttle Service Association is approved bySo be sure to visit the world famous seafood restaurants at the Super Shuttle The Airport Shuttle the Continuing EducationInner Harbor, Italian fare in Little Italy and any of the unique www.supershuttle.com www.theairportshuttle.com Board of the American IMSLEC Conference Credits Speech-Language-Hearingeateries found throughout the downtown area! Graduates of IMSLEC-accredited training courses may use the Association (ASHA) to provide Light Rail continuing education activities generic Certificate of Attendance provided by IDA. QuestionsFor more on what to see and do while you are in Baltimore, Light Rail service is available from BWI Airport to in speech-language pathology about continuing education credits may be directed to IMSLECplease visit www.baltimore.org downtown Baltimore, which stops at the Baltimore Convention and audiology. See course information for number of ASHA CEUs, by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about Center (Convention Center stop) and 2 blocks from the instructional level and content area. ASHA CE Provider approval IMSLEC can be found by visiting www.imslec.org. Conference Hotels. Fare is $1.60 each way. For schedules does not imply endorsement of course content, speciﬁc products or call 410-539-5000 or go to mta.maryland.gov/light-rail clinical procedures. American Speech-Language Hearing Go online to Association (ASHA) This program offers a maximum of 2.9 CEUs General questions about CEU’s www.interdys.org/annualconference.htm (various levels; professional area). IDA is approved for coupons and more information by the Continuing Education Board of ASHA to provide should be directed to the Conference about ground transportation. continuing education activities in speech-language Department at IDA Headquarters pathology and audiology. ASHA CE Provider approval (410-296-0232 or email@example.com). does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.6 Register online www.interdys.org Register online www.interdys.org
Session Overview Session By TrackTypes of Sessions How to Read a Session Description In preparing this year’s program, the Conference Chairs selected and organized sessions according to FOUR basic tracks: 1) Clinical, 2) Research, 3) Parent/Family/Advocacy, 4) Research-to-Practice to assist attendees in selecting each day’s sessions when they register. INTERACTIVE PRESENTATIONS Session Number Multimedia Presentation All sessions are numbered concurrently for each Clinical Research-to-Practice (120 minutes) day. The letter denotes the day, (W-Wednesday, Thursday: T6, T22, T33, T34, T35, T39, TMP4 Thursday: T1, T2, T3, T4, T7, T8, T10, T14, T15, T16, T21, Free standing poster display boards T-Thursday, F-Friday, and S-Saturday). An “M” Friday: F9, F16, F24, F29, F34, F35 T23, T24, T25, T26, T27, T28, T29, T30, T37, T38, where speakers present their after the letter denotes a multimedia presentation. Saturday: S2, S24, S29 T40, T41, T42, T43, T44, T45, TMP1, TMP2, TMP3, Icon information with an opportunity for TMP5, TMP7, TMP8, TMP9, TMP10, TMP11, TMP12, maximal interaction with the audience. INTL – designates sessions TMP15, TMP16, TMP17, TMP18 geared to or involving Research Multimedia presentations (formally international issues or given Friday: F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F11, F13, F14, F15, Poster Presentations) can be on any Investigating the Psychometric Thursday: T12, T13, T18, T20, T32, T36, TMP13, TMP14 F17,F18, F21, F22, F23, F25, F26, F27, F30, F33, S11 by international presenters. Friday: F10, F28, F31, FMP10, FMP15 relevant topic and are often research INTL Properties of IDAPEL® French FMP3, FMP4, FMP7, FMP9, FMP13, FMP14, FMP18 based. Saturday: S10, S28, S32 Saturday: S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S11, S12, S13, S14, S15, Language Early Literacy S16, S17, S18, S19, S20, S21, S22, S23, S25, S26, Panel Discussion Measures with Students Session – Title of the session S27, S30, S31 Parent/Family/Advocacy (135 minutes) Learning to Read in French†* An * denotes a presentation A panel presentation with a Chair or where a relevant financial Thursday: T5, T9, T11, T17, T19, T31, T46, TMP6 Chantal Dufour-Martel, Ph.D., IDAPEL Research Director, relationship exist between one Friday: F12, F19, F20, F32, FMP1, FMP2, FMP5, FMP6, Moderator and three to four panelists. Dynamic Measurement Group or more presenters and the FMP8, FMP11, FMP12, FMP16, FMP17 This is an interactive forum that materials presented in the encourages conversation among the Use of formative assessment has been found to be useful for session. Saturday: S1 panelists as opposed to a lecture setting. assessing student progress in the acquisition of early reading A † denotes a presentation that skills, and to differentiate instruction to support student learning. includes discussion of a product, ORAL PRESENTATIONS In recent years, an increase in the use of formative assessment program or materials for which there is no relevant financial Key to Commonly Used Abbreviations Standard Presentation measures in different cultures with differing language and interest with any presenter. (60 minutes) instructional contexts has required further research and validation Education and LD Terms: for use in these contexts. This presentation presents results from A/AOGPE Associate Member, AOGPE ADD/ADHD Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Detailed information delivered by an The a research study on the validation of French-language formative BCET Board Certified Educational Therapist Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder individual presenter or by two presenters name, degrees/certifications CAPD Central Auditory Processing Disorder/Deficit speaking jointly on one topic. assessment tools with a population of French language-first (see Key to Commonly Used CALT Certified Academic Language Therapist students from Canada. Abbreviations on page 9) and C/AOGPE Certified Member, AOGPE CST Child Study Team professional affiliations of the CCC Certificate of Clinical Competence (SLP) DIBELS Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills Extended Presentation ELL/ESL English Language Learner/English STRAND: Identification and Assessment presenters. C.Psych. Certified Psychologist (Canada) (135 minutes) as a Second Language AUDIENCE: All Audience Levels Ed.D. Doctor of Education Detailed information delivered by one Description: An overview of the Ed.S. Education Specialist Degree FL Foreign Language or two presenters. The subject matter session content provided by the F/AOGPE Fellow, AOGPE IEP Individualized Education Plan/Program should deal with complex information presenters. J.D. Doctor of Jurisprudence (Law) LETRS Language Essentials for Teachers or be applied in nature. LDT Learning Disabilities Teacher of Reading and Spelling LDTC Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant LD Learning Disability/Disorder/Difference Strand: Topics that will be LLD Language Learning Disability/ M.A.Ed./M.Ed./Ed.M. Master of Arts in Education Half Day and Full Day Symposia covered in whole or in part during Disorder/Difference the presentation. M.A.T. Master of Arts in Teaching Multiple perspectives of a particular topic M.S.E./M.S.Ed. Master of Science in Education MSI Multisensory Instruction that deals with complex information or is M.S.W. Master of Social Work MSL/MSLE Multisensory Structured Language Education applied in nature. The Chair will provide Audience: Identifies audiences NBCT National Board Certified Teacher NLD/NVLD Nonverbal Learning Disability an introduction to the topic that will be that the presentation is geared PGCE Post-Graduate Certificate in Education (UK) OG/O-G Orton-Gillingham (Approach) to from beginner to advanced. Psy.D. Doctor of Psychology RD Reading Disability addressed by each of the presenters from QI Qualified Instructor RTI Response To Intervention/Instruction a different perspective. The symposium SLD Specific Language Disability/Disorder SLP/SLT Speech-Language Pathologist/Therapist usually concludes with discussion or USD/ISD Unified School District/ question and answer period led by the Independent School District Organizations: Symposium Chair. UDL Universal Design for Learning AOGPE Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators CATT Canadian Association of Therapeutic Tutors WISC Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children IMSLEC International Multisensory Structure Language Session Recordings Education Council Policies and Laws: ADA Americans with Disabilities Act NICHD National Institute of Child Health and Three-quarters of the concurrent sessions will be audio-recorded and available for purchase. Sessions to be recorded, will Human Development IDEA/2004 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act be denoted in the conference guide distributed on-site at the conference as well as listed on our website leading up to the NIFL National Institute for Literacy (1997)/(2004) conference. Convention Recordings Inc. will record those sessions and recordings will be available on CD after the conference. NIH National Institutes of Health NCLB No Child Left Behind Act Purchase the full conference recordings during pre-registration for only $99! NCLD National Center for Learning Disabilities RFB&D Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic8 Register online www.interdys.org Register online www.interdys.org 9
Strands Knowledge and Practice Standards IDA’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading provide a content framework for courses and course sequences. In addition, they delineate proficiency requirements for practical application of this content (e.g., interpretation of assessments, delivery of differentiated instruction, and successful intervention with a child or adult with a reading disability). Many of the sessions in this year’s program directly address one or more of IDA’s Knowledge and Practice Standards and are denoted below: Foundation Concepts about Oral and Structured Language Teaching: Vocabulary Written Language Learning T6, T14, T21, T25, T29, T35, T42, TMP1, TMP4, TMP12, TMP18, F2, F4, T3, T6, T8, T9, T32, T34, T38, TMP1, TMP4, TMP7, TMP15, TMP18, F6, F8, F15, F22, F23, F29, F35, FMP3, FMP7, FMP12, S3, S5, S6, S7, To help identify the main topic or underlying theme of each sessions, the Conference Chairs have broken the F2, F4, F5, F7, F8, F12, F23, F30, FMP4, S5, S7, S14, S18, S20, S9, S14, S18, S23, S24, S25, S27, S30 program in to 20 main strands: S23, S30, S31Accommodations and School Families and Informed Parenting: Oral Language and Speech: Structured Language Teaching: Text ComprehensionSupport Services: Friday FMP1, FMP2, FMP6, FMP8, Thursday T3 Knowledge of the Structure of Language T1, T3, T9, T14, T24, T32, T40, TMP1, TMP4, TMP7, TMP15, TMP17, F2,Thursday T2 FMP13, FMP16, FMP17 Friday F34 T2, T6, T10, T25, T29, T34, T38, T39, T42, TMP1, TMP4, TMP7, TMP15, F5, F7, F11, F13, F15, F22, F23, F29, F30, F33, F35, FMP7, S4, S7,Friday F21, FMP5, FMP10 Saturday S17 TMP17, TMP18, F4, F5, F11, F12, F15, F23, F30, FMP3, FMP4, S3, S7, S14, S18, S23, S24, S26, S27 Self-Advocacy: S18, S23, S25At-Risk Students: Federal, State and Local Legislation: Friday F27, F32 Structured Language Teaching: Handwriting, Spelling,Thursday T17, T18, T19, T22, T25, TMP10, Thursday T11, T33, T45, TMP1 Knowledge of Dyslexia and Other Learning Disorders Written Expression TMP15, TMP16 Friday F20 Social-Emotional, Anxiety and Depression: T2, T9, T14, T25, T32, T34, T42, TMP1, TMP4, TMP7, F4, F12, F15, T6, T8, T9, T10, T21, T23, T29, T32, T34, T38, T39, TMP1, TMP2, TMP4,Friday F7, F8, F15, F18, F28, F35 History and Definition: Thursday T4, TMP14 F30, FMP4, S5, S7, S14, S18, S30 TMP7, TMP9, TMP12, TMP18, F2, F5, F12, F16, F26, F30, F35, FMP4,Saturday S7, S13 Thursday T26 Friday F19 FMP7, FMP9, FMP12, S3, S7, S9, S14, S18, S20, S23, S24Attention and Executive Control, ADHD, Friday F2 Saturday S01, S21 Interpretation and Administration of Assessments Saturday S2, S12 for Planning Instruction Ethical Standards for the ProfessionOther Related Learning Differences:Thursday T9, T28, T32, T41, TMP4 Spelling: T6, T9, T24, T32, TMP1, F12, F15, F30 T2, T9, T32, T42, TMP1, TMP18, F30, FMP4, S29Friday F1, F22, FMP11, FMP14 Identification and Assessment: Thursday T6 Thursday T5, T16, T20, T31, T44, TMP13 Saturday S23 Structured Language Teaching: PhonologyCollege Students and Young Adults: Friday F9, F31 T6, T21, T25, T29, T38, T39, T42, TMP1, TMP4, TMP15, F2, F13, F15,Thursday TMP8 Saturday S10, S11 Technology: F22, F23, F30, F35, FMP3, FMP9, S7, S9, S18, S23, S24, S30Friday F25 Thursday T15, T21, TMP6, TMP9Saturday S32 Mathematics/Dyscalculia: Saturday S16, S19, S24 Structured Language Teaching: Phonics and Word Study Thursday T7, T12, T30, T43 Vocabulary: T6, T18, T25, T36, T37, T38, T39, T42, TMP1, TMP4, TMP15, TMP18,Comprehension: Friday F14Thursday T1, T14, T24, T27, T40, TMP17 Friday F4, F6, FMP3, S31 F2, F13, F15, F22, F23, F30, F31, F35, FMP3, FMP9, FMP18, S7, S9,Friday F11, F24, F29, F33, FMP0, FMP15 Morphology, Phonemic/Phonological Saturday S6, S15 S18, S23, S24Saturday S5 Awareness, Alphabetic Principle/ Phonics: Written Expression: Structured Language Teaching: Fluent, AutomaticCritical Reading Skills: Thursday T29, T36, T37, T38, T42, TMP3, Thursday T8, T23, T34, TMP2, TMP7 Reading of TextThursday T13, T39, TMP5 TMP11, TMP12, TMP18 Friday F5, F12, F16, F26, FMP4 T14, T21, T25, T42, TMP1, TMP4, F2, F11, F13, F15, F23, F35, FMP9,Friday F3, F13 Friday F17, F23, F30, FMP9, FMP12, Saturday S8, S14, S20 S7, S9, S18, S24Saturday S4, S18, S27, S28, S30 FMP18 Saturday S9, S22, S25, S26English Language Learner:Thursday T10, T35Friday F10, S310 Register online www.interdys.org Register online www.interdys.org 11