Partnering to Reach Every Learner
Together with the International Dyslexia Association Ontario Branch (IDA Ontario), we’re providing opportunities to learn about ways to empower inclusive and accessible learning environments that inspire confidence and encourage independence for all learners. Explore our Discovering Dyslexia series of webinars, resources and events focused on supporting students with Dyslexia and other learning differences.
Episode 1: Dyslexia Explained
Dyslexia is the most common learning difference affecting Canadian students in, yet many educators feel unsure how to help these students succeed. Hear from experts as they address some of the common misconceptions.
Episode 2: Support Systems for young Dyslexics
Learn how a dyslexic person can be supported in the critical areas of their lives: in school, at home and in the workplace. Experts share and highlight the support systems that are out there waiting to be leveraged.
Episode 3: Assistive Technology supports
Technology plays an important role in leveling the playing field for all students. Learn how Microsoft Learning Tools empower students who learn differently, and the ways educators are creating more accessible, inclusive learning environments.
Episode 4: Dyslexia, and the Future
Join Kate Griggs, Founder of Made By Dyslexia, as she explores the role dyslexics play in the new world of work, and how educators play a role in helping dyslexic thinkers harness their potential.
Join us in Toronto for IncludEd
Hear from inclusive education thought leaders, and experience our inclusive education playground to learn more about what more we can do to make all students feel confident and in control of their learning.
Inclusive Education Field Kit
Curated by IDA Ontario and Microsoft, this jam-packed OneNote is packed with parent, school and technology support resources to empower educators and students to feel confident in the classroom.
Microsoft Learning Tools are free tools that implement proven techniques to improve reading and writing for learners regardless of their age or ability.