The 4–hour course provides a complete overview of the signs, symptoms, screening tools, and types of assessment used to determine if a study may have dyslexia. In addition, current federal laws and diagnostic criteria associated with the eligibility determination associated with dyslexia will be discussed. The course will also focus on best-structured literacy practices in implementing reading and writing instruction designed to meet the needs of students with dyslexia. An overview of suggested classroom accommodations and UDL-aligned supports will be explored.
|Section 1: Federal Dyslexia Laws and Criteria|
|Dyslexia Unit 1, Section 1: Federal Dyslexia Laws, Criteria, Signs and Symptoms Details||01:15:00|
|Dyslexia: Section 1 Quiz||00:15:00|
|Section 2: Structured Literacy Strategies to Address Reading with Students Who Have Dyslexia|
|Dyslexia, Section 2, Unit 1-Instructional Literacy Strategies Details||01:30:00|
|Section 3: UDL-Aligned Principles, Supports, and Accommodations for Students with Dyslexia|
|Dyslexia, Section 3, Unit 1- UDL Aligned Principles and Literacy Supports Details||00:45:00|
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