The morning workshop, led by Karen Tyson, Psy.D., neuropsychologist and chief clinical psychologist at the LD-ADHD Center of Hawai‘i, dealt mainly with ADHD and Autism.
The second, led by Elizabeth Scamahorn and members of the Hawai‘i Dyslsexia Association, put the teachers through a simulation exercise on what it's like being dyslexic. Both sessions were extremely interesting and valuable.
|Keana Oliviera, Lei Kurz and Shannon Graves, feel what it's like to be a dyslexic student.|
|Natasha Arruda, Connie Kakalia, Erin Cobb-Adams, Jeff Kozak, Andrew Denny and Stephanie Achuara try to complete an exercise while facing obstacles, similar to those faced by dyslexic students.|