Deborah Luckett

This year's keynote speaker is Deb Luckett, an educational consultant, a Community Resilience Model (CRM) trainer, a member of the NC Branch-International Dyslexia Assn Board of Directors , a former Key School parent, and proud mom of a teenage daughter with dyslexia.

The Key Learning Center will host its 11th Annual Best Practices Symposium in Multisensory Teaching and Learning on Saturday, Feb. 23 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

As Key Learning Center's signature event, the symposium has a keynote address and two 75-minute breakout sessions. This much-loved annual event brings topics that are current, relevant, and meaningful to parents, teachers, and other professionals. Admission is $65 and includes lunch and materials.

Session topics include executive function tips and tools, technology for learning, Orton-Gillingham lesson development, resiliency strategies for school and life, mindful multisensory teaching, an Experience Dyslexia Simulation and more.

To register online, visit www.Carolinaday.org/bestpractices.

The Keynote address this year will be titled "Building Resiliency in Children with Dyslexia," telling the story of one family's journey to success and independence.

The keynote speaker is Deb Luckett, an educational consultant, a Community Resilience Model (CRM) trainer, a member of the NC Branch-International Dyslexia Assn Board of Directors , a former Key School parent, and proud mom of a teenage daughter with dyslexia.

Key Learning Center at Carolina Day School in Asheville is an internationally-accredited resource for educators, students, and parents in the field of Orton-Gillingham multisensory structured language, multisensory mathematics, and language-based learning differences—dyslexia.

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