Participants completing this online course will: explain the domains of oral language and the components of reading and how they intersect; describe how a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) is essential in providing tiers of intervention for students having difficulty learning to read, beginning with comprehensive "core" literacy instruction in general education; differentiate between the different types of reading difficulties students can experience; outline the elements of a comprehensive special education evaluation when SLD/Dyslexia is suspected; and summarize the structured literacy instruction that students with various profiles of reading difficulty need, including students with SLD/Dyslexia.
NOTE: Successful completion of this course requires a commitment of 10-12 hours of dedicated learning time. As appropriate, discuss this requirement with a supervisor in your school or district and arrange for substitute coverage or other considerations as needed.
Online Access: This online training is conducted using the Schoology (schoology.com) Learning Management System. Registrants will receive a confirmation message with instructions on accessing the course.Register Now