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1 in 5 students in the general ed classroom struggle to learn to read to due dyslexia. At Educator Learning Lab, we provide quality training through expert-led, on-demand micro-courses. 

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Dyslexia in the General Ed Classroom

Chances are, if you have taught in a mainstream classroom, you have had a student with dyslexia. In this course, you will learn about dyslexia, what it is and what it is not.  You’ll learn to dispel common myths and gain a better understand of what a student with dyslexia looks like in the general ed classroom.

Who Should Take This Course:

General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Literacy Intervention staff, parents, advocates, and anyone else who may be in a position to support students with dyslexia.

Course Length: ~30 Minutes

Cost: FREE! 

 
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Systematic Reading and Spelling Instruction     (Overview of Orton-Gillingham)

Led by Orton-Gillingham master therapist/trainer and Margaret Byrd Rawson Lifetime Achievement Award winner Georgette Dickman, this course provides an overview of Orton-Gillingham, a research-based systematic approach to phonics instruction. Created in the late 1800’s by Samuel T. Orton and Anna Gillingham, OG is an evidence-based approach that can teach all students to read and spell but is especially effective for the remediation of students struggling to read due to dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities.

Who Should take this Course:

General education teachers, special education teachers, literacy intervention staff, parents, advocates, and anyone else who may be in a position to support students with dyslexia

Course Length: ~45 Minutes

Cost: $49

*If you teach in a Title 1 school or in high-need school district, you can apply here to take this course for free!

Coming Soon! August 2017

 
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Building Reading Fluency

Led by world renowned reading fluency expert Jan Hasbrouck, PhD, this course will familiarize teachers to a most critical element of literacy: reading fluency.  Through this course, you'll learn how to build reading fluency, spot trouble areas for students with dyslexia, and effectively remediate it in the classroom.

Who Should take this Course:

General education teachers, special education teachers, literacy intervention staff, parents, advocates, and anyone else who may be in a position to support students with dyslexia

Course Length: ~45 Minutes

Cost: $29

*If you teach in a Title 1 school or in high-need school district, you can apply here to take this course for free!

 

Preparing School Psychologists to Effectively Serve Students with Dyslexia

Led by Laurice Joseph, PhD, Program Chair of School Psychology at Ohio State University, this course will support school psychologists and IEP case managers to provide services to students with dyslexia and support the instructional staff in providing best practices tailored specifically to their needs. Through this course, you'll learn how about the elements of reading acquisition, what dyslexia is, how to assess and diagnose it, and how to support the IEP team to make a plan tailored to support students with reading difficulties.

Who Should take this Course:

School psychologists, IEP case managers, special education teachers, literacy intervention staff, parents, advocates, and anyone else who may be in a position to support students with dyslexia

Course Length: ~90 Minutes

Cost: $129

*If you teach in a Title 1 school or in high-need school district, you can apply here to take this course for free!

Coming Soon! August 2017

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