Lectures, Webinars and Other Resources

Dr. Tiffany Hogan, PhD TSS/ReadSource Community Lecture; Recent Advances on the Language Basis of Dyslexia

On November 2, 2022, The Schenck School and ReadSource co-hosted an informative presentation with noted developmental language and literacy expert Dr. Tiffany Hogan, PhD. In this presentation, Dr. Hogan shares recent research findings on the language basis of dyslexia and its educational implications for students.

The recording and slides from this lecture are now available. Click the button below to watch!


Writing and Content Unite: Creating Expository Writing Units presented by Laura Dreyer, M.S.

As a part of the IDA-GA Spotlight on Structured Literacy Webinar Series, The Schenck School's Laura Dreyer, M.S. shared the empowering potential of uniting content and writing instruction. She also walked participants through the process of creating expository writing units on any topic that included examples of sentence, paragraph, and essay activities suitable for a variety of grades and skill levels.

The recording and slides from this webinar are now available on IDA-GA’s website. Click the button below to watch!


Fumiko Hoeft & Margie Gillis TSS/DR Community Webinar; Dyslexia: The Neuroscience of Early Identification & Intervention

On March 31, 2021, The Schenck School hosted a free webinar with co-hosts ReadSource, IDA-GA, BrainLENS, Literacy How, and The Georgia Department of Education. In this webinar, you will learn from Drs. Fumiko Hoeft and Margie Gillis about recent findings in education, psychology, genetics, and neurosciences and how they support the importance of early identification and instruction for young children.


Struggling Readers: Make the Connection and Help Students Read

On September 29, 2020, ReadSource hosted a free webinar with Josh Clark, Head of School and Ellen Hill, Director of Community Engagement for educators and teachers to learn about dyslexia, its prevalence, brain research behind it and how you can identify the struggle and use strategies to help the students with whom you are working.


International Dyslexia Association Presents - Resilience in Challenging Times Part 1: How Can We, As Parents and Teachers, Develop the Resilience We Need to Help Our Children?

On June 29, 2020, Executive Director and Head of School Josh Clark moderated the International Dyslexia Association's latest webinar. This webinar is for teachers and parents looking for guidance on how to best help our children during this unprecedented, unpredictable, challenging time.

The webinar will be led by Dr. Robert Brooks. Dr. Robert Brooks in a clinical psychologist on the faculty (part-time) of Harvard Medical School and former Director of the Department of Psychology at McLean Hospital, a private psychiatric hospital. His first position at McLean was as principal of the school in the locked door unit of the child and adolescent program. He has lectured nationally and Internationally and written extensively about such themes as psychotherapy, motivation, resilience, parenting and family relationships, and a positive school and work environment. He is the author or co-author of 18 books, including Raising Resilient Children; The Power of Resilience: Achieving Balance, Confidence, and Personal Strength in Your Life; and Handbook of Resilience in Children. Dr. Brooks has received many awards for his work including Hall of Fame Awards from both the Connecticut Association for Children with Learning Disabilities and CHADD. Most recently he was given The Mental Health Humanitarian Award from William James College for his contributions as a clinician, educator, and author.


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