Estimated Time to Complete: 1 hour
Presented on: October 25, 2022
Presenters: Carrie Wood, Regional Early Literacy Specialist, SST7 and Shawna Benson, Program Director, Teaching Diverse Learners Center, OCALI
Interested in knowing what the science of reading means for students with complex needs? What is law and what is best practice? Join Carrie Wood and Shawna Benson as they explore what structured literacy looks and sounds like for each child—especially for the most vulnerable. Utilizing OCALI modules, OLAC resources, Ohio’s Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement, Dyslexia Guidebook, and Each Child Means Each Child, graduate course offerings have been customized around the topics of assessment, instruction, and intervention to provide educators with the knowledge and tools to implement access for all students to the general curriculum using the Ohio Improvement Process as the vehicle for improving outcomes for all learners. Learn more about this limited seating opportunity to engage in the first of several hybrid course offerings that pair the science of reading with applications related to Ohio’s initiatives regarding literacy, dyslexia law, and students with complex needs.
Please note: This course will not satisfy the required hours per dyslexia law. Credit/Non-credit options: One, two and three graduate credit options are available. Don't need credit? A LPDC certificate pathway is also available.
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