Dyslexia Intervention Fundamentals with Reading by Design®
Learn the fundamentals of dyslexia intervention through a review of Texas dyslexia laws and current research, as well as best practices in dyslexia instruction. Delve into evidence-based components of instruction and explore continuums for developing reading ability in students with dyslexia. Learn how to deliver daily intervention utilizing Reading by Design®, a systematic, explicit, and intensive reading program. Participants will receive the entire Reading by Design® program with supplemental resources necessary for small-group instruction.
Upcoming start dates for these 5-Day Training Session are as follows. Register by clicking on the date links below:
Reading by Design® Bridge Training for Dyslexia Interventionists
This training is for interventionists who have trained in other dyslexia intervention programs who would like to learn the Reading by Design® program. Participants will review best practices in dyslexia intervention as they bridge this knowledge to the Reading by Design® program. Learn more and register by clicking the date below.
Getting Ready for Reading by Design®—Introduction to Volume 0
This class is part of a series of Reading by Design® intervention trainings. This course will introduce participants to Volume 0- Getting Ready for Reading by Design®, a volume of 20 lessons designed for students who need extra support with foundational skills. This material is designed to support foundational literacy before beginning a program like Reading by Design®. Lesson components include phonological awareness, alphabet, fine motor, oral language, and components of language. Participants will receive as part of this training Volume 0, an alphabet deck, a feelings poster, and a set of vocabulary picture cards.
Upcoming dates for the sessions are listed below. Register by clicking on the date links:
These trainings are part of a series of supplemental trainings for participants who have completed Reading by Design® training and wish to delve deeper into the specific components of the program. Participants must have completed Dyslexia Intervention Fundamentals with Reading by Design® OR Reading by Design® Bridge prior to attending this training.
Explore making adjustments to the program based upon the age and interest levels of the secondary student.
Advanced Decoding and Syllable Division
Revisit the six syllable types, the steps to word division, and coding concepts. Additional scaffolds and multisensory techniques will be shared.
Spelling and Phoneme-Grapheme Mapping
Revisit the SOS procedure, spelling rules, and use of the Linking Spelling to Reading Dictionary, and go deeper with phoneme-grapheme mapping. Additional scaffolds and multisensory techniques will be shared.
Instructional Decision Making
Explore how to meet individual student needs using data results. Considerations for twice-exceptional and emergent bilingual students will be explored followed by case studies.
Explore Greek and Latin roots, affixes, and how these morphemes are identified to assist with reading, spelling, and vocabulary acquisition. Participants are encouraged to bring Reading by Design® Volume 5 to the training.
Participants will review what Phonological Awareness is and why it is important. The continuum of PA skills will be explored, as well as how the skills are taught in Reading by Design. Additional scaffolds and multisensory techniques will be shared.
Adapting Reading by Design® for Specially Designed Instruction (Special Education)
In this session, special education teachers will learn how to adapt content, methodology, and delivery of instruction (specially designed instruction) of Reading by Design®: An Individualized Literacy Intervention. Teachers will learn how to adapt this program for students identified through IDEA as having the reading disability of dyslexia.
Reading by Design® Administrator Training (Virtual On-Demand Session)
This training is for administrators who will be observing and evaluating teachers using the Reading by Design® dyslexia intervention. A brief overview of the program will be shared, as well as an observation document and the opportunity to view a model lesson. Learn more about this session and register here.
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