The 4-hour training gives a thorough explanation of the warning signs, symptoms, screening procedures, and several types of assessments that are used to identify dyslexia in research. Additionally, the discussion will cover current federal laws and diagnostic standards used to determine dyslexia eligibility. The course will also emphasize how to conduct reading and writing training that is tailored to the requirements of children with dyslexia. There will be a summary of recommended in-class modifications and UDL-congruent assistance.
|Dyslexia Part 1 : Federal Dyslexia Laws and Criteria
|Dyslexia Unit 1, Section 1: Federal Dyslexia Laws, Criteria, Signs and Symptoms Details
|Dyslexia: Section 1 Quiz
|Dyslexia Part 2 : Structured Literacy Strategies to Address Reading with Students Who Have Dyslexia
|Dyslexia, Section 2, Unit 1-Instructional Literacy Strategies Details
|Dyslexia Part 3 : UDL-Aligned Principles, Supports, and Accommodations for Students with Dyslexia
|Dyslexia, Section 3, Unit 1- UDL Aligned Principles and Literacy Supports Details
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