A film is being screened in Bethel tonight about the teaching method of Connecticut resident Diana King, a pioneer in the field of dyslexia. "One by One" showcases the multi-sensory literacy instruction she provides to students aged 5 to 15 years old. In the film, King discusses the importance of early intervention, motor memory and teacher engagement. She shares concrete tools, techniques and best practices for early intervention and working with students, particularly those with dyslexia and learning differences. There is a Meet and Greet Reception with King at 6:30pm followed by a screening and panel session at 7:30pm at Bethel Cinema.