PBIDA’s 43rd Annual Fall Conference
November 13 @ 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Special Hybrid Set-Up for 2021! Attend In-Person or Virtually
PBIDA’s 43rd Annual Fall Conference on Literacy and Learning Disabilities
Achieving Equity in Literacy
Saturday, November 13th
445 Upper Gulph Road, Strafford, PA 19087
Dr. Julie Washington
Dr. Julie Washington is a Professor in the School of Education at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). Dr. Washington directs the Learning Disabilities Research Innovation Hub and is Director of the Dialect, Poverty and Academic Success lab at UCI.
Currently, Dr. Washington’s research is focused on the intersection of literacy, language variation, and poverty. In particular, her work focuses on understanding the role of cultural dialect in assessment, identification of reading disabilities in school-aged African American children and on disentangling the relationship between language production and comprehension on development of reading and early language skills for children growing up in poverty.
Hybrid Conference with two ways to attend:
- In-person attendance on November 13th includes our exhibit hall, option for two in-person sessions that will not be recorded, opportunities to meet speakers and to network with others in attendance. In addition, participants with have access to all recorded sessions through January 14, 2022.
- Virtual attendance is available on November 13 with the ability to experience all recorded sessions through January 14, 2022. Connections to all sponsors/exhibitors’ websites with be included.
- This hybrid model provides the best opportunity for the excellent speakers at this conference to reach as wide an audience as possible. We look forward to joining with you in-person or virtually!
Design your Best Conference Experience:
In-person attendance will be limited in accordance with Covid restrictions. We recommend that people attending in person be vaccinated. Mask wearing requirements will depend on the situation in November. We will keep all registrants informed. The hybrid model provides the best opportunity for the excellent speakers at this conference to reach as wide an audience as possible.
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