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What is Structured Literacy

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Click here for links to this infographic and others.

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Dyslexia Southwest 2021

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SWIDA is preparing for a Virtual Conference for 2021. Guest Speakers include: Dr. Louisa Moats, Emily Hanford, and Christopher Woodin.  More details to follow.    

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IDA Infographics and Just the Facts sheets

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IDA has some excellent resources. Click here to view its infographics. Click Here  for a list of informative fact sheets on numerous topics.  Just the Facts are downloadable.

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Senate Bill 398 Signed into law in April 2019

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SB398 Dyslexic Student Early Interventions  SB398 is intended to ensure that students most at risk for reading failure receive evidenced-based instruction at an early age.  IDA recommends that any student with characteristics of dyslexia (weak decoding and encoding) receive classroom instruction that covers the components and principles of “Structured Literacy.”  (These are the same components […]

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Use Amazon Smile for ALL PURCHASES and Help SWIDA

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When you buy on Amazon, please consider switching to amazon.smile.com so that a portion of all sales benefit SWIDA.  Whether you are shopping for a gift for your mother, or for anyone (including yourself), your purchase helps our organization.

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What Every Family [Educator] Should Know

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An excellent IDA publication is What Every Family Should Know. SWIDA recommends this publication not only for parents but for all educators as well as administrators.  While many districts in our region have come a long way in diagnosing students with dyslexia, we still have many districts that are not training teachers to provide multisensory, structured […]

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