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October 20, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Hacking Literacy and Learning During COVID-19
Zoom Meeting on
Tuesday, Oct 20 from 7 – 8:30 PM
Hosted by IDA Central Ohio and OH-KID
Student Rights Under Covid-19 – Moderated Q&A
- What equity issues have surfaced for students with Dyslexic profiles, including students with IEPs?
- What do parents need to understand about their students’ rights?
- What steps should parents take if they need help?
- What do IEP meetings look like this school year?
- What do IEP services look like this school year?
- Should IEPs be changed to reflect remote or hybrid instruction? If so, what is acceptable and what isn’t?
- What are Recovery Services and how do you ask for them?
Literacy and Learning in an Unpredictable Environment.
- How can we best support our children with literacy and learning?
- How can we know if our students’ literacy programming is aligned to the Science of Reading (in lower elementary, upper elementary, and secondary)?
- What are some tips to support executive functioning in this unpredictable environment? How can we help our students develop a greater sense of agency?
- What community groups exist to support parents?
- If my community does not have a group, how can we create one? What tools and resources are available?
Martha Orbovich: Parent Advocate, IDA Central Ohio Board Member
Kerry Agins: Special Education Parent Attorney
Blythe Wood: Academic/Behavior Coach, Director Children’s Dyslexia Center Columbus, IDA Central Ohio Vice-President