A four-week Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) book study beginning June 8 will cover the nature and reading of dyslexia, diagnosing dyslexia, turning struggling readers into proficient readers and success after high school and beyond.
The book study highlights the book, “Overcoming Dyslexia,” second edition, by Dr. Sally Shaywitz.
The event will be at 9 a.m. June 8, 15, 22 and 29 via Zoom. It will last about an hour each week. To register, visit Meeting Registration - Zoom.
Topics each week and the guest speakers are:
Participants will need to purchase their own book. However, the book is optional for all four meetings. If participants are taking it for college credit, they will need to purchase and read the book to complete reflection assignments.
There is no cost to participate in the four weekly sessions. However, if participants are taking the book study for college credit through Fort Hays State University, there will be a fee paid to FHSU.
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