Understanding the science of reading: Implications for explicit, systematic, and multisensory literacy instruction and intervention
Ended Apr 9, 2022
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Full course description
Location Self-paced online
Full Schedule Access is available from Tuesday, March 1st through Saturday, April 9th, 2022.
Margaret Krause, Ph.D.
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This professional development course is designed for classroom teachers to explore the science of reading and developmental models of reading. Focus on phonological/phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary development, comprehension, and foundational, inclusive literacy practices are central topics in the course. Through the exploration of these topics, teachers will consider implications for explicit, systematic literacy instruction and multisensory literacy interventions for children with decoding difficulties, dyslexia, and broader reading challenges. The overall goal of this professional development course is to provide a platform for practicing teachers to explore flexible and skillful use of developmentally appropriate instructional strategies for planning inclusive, responsive, and culturally relevant instruction for all students.
This course will be delivered in an asynchronous, online platform over 6 weeks (40 hours). Course modules will be self-paced to accommodate for flexible learning. The instructor will be accessible throughout the duration of the course for virtual office hours. Optional virtual “coffee talks” will be offered for participants to discuss course content.
Florida statute 6A-4.0051 requires 40 hours of professional learning “in the use of explicit, systematic, and sequential approaches to reading instruction, developing phonemic awareness, and implementing multisensory intervention strategies” for recertification of teachers renewing various teaching certifications (e.g., elementary education, primary education, middle grades, education, English education, reading, and others). This professional development course satisfies this 40-hour requirement.
For questions about this training event contact Rachel Hatten at firstname.lastname@example.org or 813-974-5959.