Meeting Archive:
Educational Practice in Dyslexia: Professional Roles and Knowledge Gaps


Meeting Description:
Five webinars about dyslexia held in 2016-2017 were attended by 6,591 SLPs, psychologists, and special educators. Webinar data offered insights into practitioners’ perspectives on dyslexia training needs and role clarification in practice settings. Presenters will discuss results, which suggests gaps between best practices in dyslexia and reports from individuals engaging in clinical practice.
Details
Date: Wed, Feb 7, 2018
Time: 01:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Sherry Lokken
 Presenter Information
Adam Scheller, Ph.D.
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Dr. Adam Scheller is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified School Psychologist employed as a Senior Educational Consultant with Pearson Clinical Assessment. He earned his Ph.D. in School Psychology from Duquesne University and completed supervised training rotations at The Watson Institute in Pittsburgh, PA and the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD. Prior to joining Pearson, Dr. Scheller worked with children and young adults with acquired brain injuries and congenital neuro-developmental conditions. Dr. Scheller’s clinical and training expertise lies in the assessment of cognitive processes and functional outcomes in learning, behavior, and socialization for children with TBI and Autism.

Tina Eichstadt, M.S., CCC-SLP
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Tina is Senior Product Manager, New Product Lead for Pearson Clinical Assessment. She currently leads the vocabulary and dyslexia global strategies and participates on the telepractice team. Prior to Pearson, Tina worked clinically at Luther Midelfort--Mayo Health System in acute, subacute, and outpatient roles serving children and adults and their families. Her past publishing experience includes marketing, print-based development, and software development roles at Thinking Publications and AGS Publishing. Tina is a past president of WSHA (WI).