ED311 presents

Dyslexia & Dysgraphia

Assessment & Intervention with IDEA Guiding Principles

A brand-new, hybrid online training from renowned student support specialist Dr. Andrea Ogonosky


Dr. Ogonosky has distilled and updated her work on dyslexia into a new training experience, designed for educators nationwide at both the campus and district level. This training addresses screening, intervention, and assessment for both dyslexia AND dysgraphia. It also covers ADHD and how it is both misdiagnosed and how it may present in students identified as dyslexic and/or dysgraphic.

Participants will engage in guided discussion about legal standards, evidenced based practices for teaching and intervening with the struggling learner, and policy suggestions for high quality practices and procedures within the general education, MTSS/RTI Intervention, and Special Education domains.

An online, on-demand training

This 5 hour training begins by watching two modules at your convenience from your home or office. Registration for the Spring cohort is now open!

Access to course content begins January 21st, 2024.
Then join Dr. O for a live webinar at 10AM on February 21st, 2024.

The spring cohort of the Dyslexia training is now closed.

We will be re-opening this training and scheduling a new live webinar for the fall.  Sign up below and we’ll let you know when it opens!

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Attendees are eligible for up to 5 hours of continuing education credits.  Attendees are responsible for checking in online for the webinar and filling out an evaluation form in order to receive their Certificate of Attendance.


$200 per registrant

Group Pricing:
Groups of 5 or more: $190 each
Groups of 10 or more: $180 each

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About Andrea

Dr. Andrea Ogonosky is a licensed psychologist, a licensed specialist in school psychology, and a nationally certified school psychologist who currently serves various roles in school districts across the United States. Her job duties include assessing students for IDEA disability conditions; conducting program reviews on Response to Intervention, Section 504, and Special Education; designing Response to Intervention systems of support for small, medium, and large school districts; providing professional development on a variety of educational and assessment topics; supplying expert testimony at local, state, and federal court; and supervising school psychology students at the master and doctoral level.

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