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TLC-WEB0171201R Group of 5 or more Dyslexia: Myths, Facts, and Interventions On Demand Webinar

SKU: $140.00
Title: Dyslexia: Myths, Facts, and Interventions. Group rate for 5 or more. Recorded Dec. 18, 2017 Recording Available for Viewing for Three Months Within two business days of purchasing this webinar, you will receive an email from readingwithtlc@gmail.com with the recording link, the handout, the evaluation, and instructions for earning your certificate of attendance. The webinar is available for viewing for three months. To earn certificates of attendance for a group of attendees, please assign one person to be the point of contact for this process. This person will forward the above mentioned recording link email (containing also the handout and evaluation) to the participants who will be participating in this group webinar. Each person will then be responsible for submitting his/her own evaluation via the survey link in the email, by the assigned deadline, in order to receive a certificate of attendance. 2 Cont. Ed. Hrs .will be awarded to all who complete the webinar and SLPs can receive Certification Maintenance Hours (CMHs)which are accepted by ASHA. These are not the kind of CEUs that go into the SLP's ASHA registry. More info on CMHs can be obtained from the ASHA website. Presenter: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP Description: This presentation is designed for administrators, teachers, parents and advocates alike. We will review the neurobiological basis for dyslexia and the myths. Participants will examine the underlying linguistic components of early reading and how these components differ for individuals with dyslexia. We will discuss how achievement gaps are formed and how school systems can respond with appropriate MTSS/RTI models in place. We will also examine interventions that are best designed for students diagnosed with dyslexia and why they work. Teachers, parents & advocates will learn about the “must have” components of a multi sensory Orton-Gillingham based lesson plan and key questions to ask when evaluating such approaches. We will also briefly cover what to look for in strong IEP goals. Lastly we will learn about some of the common pitfalls that prevent students from making aggressive gains. Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist and reading specialist with 19 years of experience in K-12 education. She's a five-time presenter at the ASHA National Convention and on the Adjunct faculty at the University of New Hampshire Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology.  Marianne provides professional development and consults to school systems on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and works with schools to improve interventions and core instruction. Our presenter is trained in more than 11 reading intervention programs and provides case consultation and private evaluations for individual students through her private practice. She's also the Reading with TLC Lead National Trainer.

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