Dyslexia: Evidence-Informed Assessment and Practices
7/13/2018, 8:00 AM
- WCS Boardroom
Dyslexia impacts an estimated 5-20% of the population. While dyslexia exists on a continuum from mild to severe, it is one of the most prevalent types of a specific learning disability. This session will explore the definition and characteristics of dyslexia and evidence-informed assessment and instructional practices for word recognition, fluency, and spelling. This training is appropriate for general and special educators, instructional coaches, reading specialists, school psychologists and related service providers.
Participants will be expected to complete readings prior to attending and a pre- and post-knowledge survey to earn 1.0 CEU.
Register for CATS #5301.