Workshops for Educators
Unless otherwise noted, the events will take place at the TN Center for Dyslexia, Room 116
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|9/10/2016||Casey Brasher - Understanding Literacy Assessment and Intervention - Attendees will understand the underlying skills necessary for learning to read and also gain an understanding of assessment information in order to identify appropriate interventions for struggling readers.|
|11/12/2016||Ms. Hannah Krimm - Identification of Children At-Risk for Language-Learning Disabilities - Attendees will learn to recognize early warning signs for language-based learning disabilities. Current factors influencing identification of language-based learning disabilities will also be reviewed.|
|Ms. Wendy Boehm - Assistive Technology for Struggling Readers - Attendees will gain information about available assistive technology, software , and online resources that promote independence and success for individuals with dyslexia.|
|Structured Literacy Instruction: The Shelton Academic Reading Approach (SARA)
SARA is a two-year IMSLEC and IDA accredited course utilizing structured, multi-sensory language instruction based on the Alphabetic Phonics approach for teaching students with specific language disabilities, such as dyslexia and related disorders.
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