In this four week course (20-30 hours) you will be introduced to the signs and symptoms of dyslexia and learn about many popular myths. You will be given the opportunity to go in-depth with the scientific research and evaluate the remediations supported by research. We will also discuss current accommodations available to children and adults with dyslexia. You will be given many opportunities to engage and discuss simulations.
This four week class (20-30 total hours) is based on the Orton-Gillingham (O-G) approach. You will learn about multisensory teaching/learning, terminology used in the O-G method and V/A/TK strategies, phonemes of the English language, the importance of clearly isolating each phoneme, be given an overview of the seven syllable types, using real and nonsense words, syllable division, and word patterns.
In this four week course (20-30 hours) you will be introduced to several different research-based strategies that you can implement with your learner, student or child to improve reading comprehension and fluency. We will also take a look at vocabulary development in the context of reading comprehension.
In this four week course (20-30 hours) participants will learn about the Individuals with Disabilities and Education Act (IDEA), IEPs, 504's, appropiate accomodation, letter-writing, receiving appropriate services and interventions, dispute process and resolution, as they all relate to a student with dyslexia.
In partnership with Decoding Dyslexia - Utah. Space is limited to 75 people.
This two hour webinar provides participants with an introduction to the fundamental conventions of oral and written morphology. Participants will learn about this content by using practical instructional tools and the structured word inquiry approach (Bowers & Kirby, 2010) that can be used to work with struggling students of any age to support reading, vocabulary and spelling knowledge. See examples of this instruction in action on YouTube or the WordWorks Literacy Center Website. This is pre-recorded webinar available to view for $75.
In this 2-hour webinar you will be introduced to the signs and symptoms of dyslexia and learn about many popular myths. We will cover the scientific research and discuss the remediations supported by research. We will also discuss current accommodations available to children and aduluts with dyslexia.
This 90 minute webinar is now available for free! In conjunction with Learning Ally we are pleased to offer this webinar to help you learn the basics of Special Ed Law at it relates to dyslexia. This webinar will give you an overview of: Individuals with Disabilities and Education Act (IDEA), IEPs, 504′s, appropriate accommodations, letter writing, receiving appropriate services and interventions, dispute process and resolution — as they all relate to a student with dyslexia.
Using the virtual classroom is new to many participants. Our platform provided by iCohere is very user friendly, but realize you may have questions and want to see what the virtual classroom looks like. The two downloadable documents below will provide you answers to frequently asked questions and snapshot of the virtual classroom and how to navigate the primary functions.