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Teaching Students with Dyslexia to Read (K-12)

July 25, 2019 (8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)

 


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Details
One in five students in the United States is dyslexic, most are not diagnosed and will probably never have an official diagnosis, they simply struggle in silence. Since 1930, educators who work with dyslexic students and research best practices for addressing their learning needs have known that systematic intensive, multi-sensory instruction that focuses on phonemic awareness and phonics is the key to teaching students with dyslexia to decode so that they may read fluently and comprehend what they are reading. This workshop will introduce teachers to the basics of teaching dyslexic students to read along with some history and facts about dyslexia and characteristics of dyslexic learners.

Presenting

Michelle King


Continuing Education
Professional Development Hours: Units - 6

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Financials

PDC schools - FREE

Non PDC = $100.00

St. Clair County PDC Co-op has 1st Choice

Cancellations must be 48 hours in advance

to: Donna Willett

dwillett@sccroe50.org or 825-3903

or your school district will be invoiced

a $25.00 fee.

 


Location

WORKSHOP HELD AT:

St. Clair Regional Office of Education

1000 South Illinois St.

Belleville, IL 62220

 


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