Training Dates are October 28 & November 18! (This is a two day training.)
Live, Virtual Professional Development
Would you like to better understand dyslexia and how it affects your students’ reading ability? This two-part seminar delivered over two, half-days is just what you need!
There are many reasons why students have difficulty with reading and writing skills. For 10 - 15% of students the cause is dyslexia, a neurobiological learning disability that is characterized by difficulties with accurate or fluent word recognition and poor spelling. This professional development provides the background knowledge about dyslexia that all elementary teachers need in order to understand why students with dyslexia have difficulty with reading and how to support them in the classroom.
Virtual-Live Format: The Keys trainer will use Zoom video conferencing to deliver this training in an interactive format using features such as breakout rooms and chat.
- Dyslexia defined
- Dyslexia and learning to read
- The Reading Brain
- Screening for dyslexia
- Suggestions for structured literacy instruction: sounds, sound-symbol correspondences, syllable types, morphemes
LIMITED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
In order to maximize participants’ online experience, each offering will be limited to the first 35 people to register.
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- If you cancel 3 days or more prior to training, you will be issued a full refund.
- No refunds will be issued for "no shows" or cancellations within 72 hours of training.
- Substitutions accepted.
Who Should Participate
Grades K-5 teachers of any subject, educators who provide support to students having difficulty with reading, literacy specialists and coaches, and grades K-5 administrators.
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