2022 Dyslexia Research and Evidence-Based Best Practices

What dyslexia research should educators know?

Students with dyslexia bring unique strengths and differences to your classroom, and you can help them thrive when you have a deeper understanding of what's going on in their brains. Join neuroscientist Dr. Martha Burns to learn about current evidence-based best practices to support your learners with dyslexia.

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Webinar Details

During this webinar, you will:

  • Discover the LATEST RESEARCH on cognitive, genetic, and processing differences associated with dyslexia.
  • Gain insight about NEW RESEARCH on early identification.
  • Learn about brain-based PROVEN INTERVENTIONS that enable learners with dyslexia to reach their highest potential.


Meet the Presenter


Martha Burns, PHD, CCC-SLP

Dr. Martha Burns is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Northwestern University and has authored four books and over 100 journal articles on the neuroscience of language and communication. Dr. Burns' expertise is in all areas related to the neuroscience of learning, such as language and reading in the brain, the bilingual brain, the language to literacy continuum, and the adolescent brain. Dr. Burns is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the Director of Neuroscience Education for Carnegie Learning.


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