Workshops for Educators

Unless otherwise noted, the events will take place at the TN Center for Dyslexia, Room 116

Register HERE!


Already registered? Pay HERE!


 

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.
 
12/10/2016
Waiting List
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.
12/12/2016-
12/16/2016
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.
Register here (required!)

 


Important Events

February 25, 2017
Integrating Free or Inexpensive Technology in Grades 4 - 12 
Educators  Parents

March 18, 2017
Fluency: Reading Fast or Reading Well

March 31, 2017
Hone Your Skills: Planning and Providing Skills Based Instruction
April 22, 2017
Special Education Basic Rights - STEP (no registration fee)