The 46e The Institute for Learning Disabilities annual convention will be held March 24-26. As part of this event, more than 120 conferences will be offered on a variety of hot topics, including resilience, collaboration and inclusion.
Since 1966, Institute of Learning Disabilities offers help to learners of all ages who are living with a learning disability or difficulty. Over the years, the organization has developed expertise aimed at ensuring equal opportunities for all, regardless of the learning disabilities or difficulties experienced. The Congress is certainly the annual meeting that touches both school stakeholders, parents, as well as education and health professionals.
Fully online, the Congress is being held on March 24, 25 and 26 with a replay of the conferences until April 5, 2021. It is therefore an opportunity to attend many conferences (both in French and in English), live or offline. With more than 120 conferences presented in three days, there is no shortage of choice.
The event will open with a conference by Égide Royer, psychologist and academic success specialist. It is the artist Gregory Charles will close the event with a session of songs and confidences.
Maintain the link at a distance
Audrey Miller and Stéphanie Dionne from École branchée will present the conference “Concrete examples to maintain the link with your students at a distance”. A conference they have already given a few times since last fall. They present short testimonials from teachers who have maintained the link with their students from a distance. These video testimonials aim ultimately to nurture the creativity of other teachers so that they can offer optimal learning conditions to their students and reduce the emotional load linked to distance education.
Co-educate in the digital age
For her part, Stéphanie Dionne will offer another conference, in the company of Judith Cajelais, on the creation of a school-family relationship entitled "What am I doing this year to co-educate in the digital age?" ". The conference aims to better equip teachers so that they can create a benevolent atmosphere, conducive to communication with parents and thus promote school-family commitment to serve the success of young people.
All the details about the Congress can be found on the site.