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Dyslexia
Virtual: Secondary Dyslexia Intervention



ESC-20 provides training and technical assistance for professionals serving student with dyslexia. Students with dyslexia usually experience difficulties with other language skills such as spelling, writing, and pronouncing words.
 


Academic Performance
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Use of Quality Data to Drive Instruction

Important Session Information:


This session will provide participants a better understanding of dyslexia and instruction to support secondary students identified with this learning disability.  Participants will engage with activities to enhance their understanding and knowledge of the unique needs of adolescents with dyslexia. In particular this session will address the following as it relates to students in middle and high school:

  • Instructional Needs
  • Factors for Success
  • Social and Emotional Problems Related to Dyslexia
  • Self-Advocacy for Students

 

Audience: Dyslexia interventionists/therapists grades 6-12, special education teachers grades 6-12, general education teachers grades 6-12, reading specialists grades 6-12

This webinar will be conducted as a virtual training. 

Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy is an exciting new training initiative to help district and charter school teachers, administrators, dyslexia specialists, and assessment personnel with the challenges of identifying  students with dyslexia. This training offers five modules where participants can customize their professional development path by attending one or any combination of the five. TAC §232.11 requires educators who teach students with dyslexia to have CPE training in new research and practices in educating students with dyslexia.*

*Successful completion of Module 1 may satisfy this requirement, per local district policy.

Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy is an exciting new training initiative to help district and charter school teachers, administrators, dyslexia specialists, and assessment personnel with the challenges of identifying  students with dyslexia. This training offers five modules where participants can customize their professional development path by attending one or any combination of the five. TAC §232.11 requires educators who teach students with dyslexia to have CPE training in new research and practices in educating students with dyslexia.*

*Successful completion of Module 1 may satisfy this requirement, per local district policy.

Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy is an exciting new training initiative to help district and charter school teachers, administrators, dyslexia specialists, and assessment personnel with the challenges of identifying  students with dyslexia. This training offers five modules where participants can customize their professional development path by attending one or any combination of the five. TAC §232.11 requires educators who teach students with dyslexia to have CPE training in new research and practices in educating students with dyslexia.*

*Successful completion of Module 1 may satisfy this requirement, per local district policy.

Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy is an exciting new training initiative to help district and charter school teachers, administrators, dyslexia specialists, and assessment personnel with the challenges of identifying  students with dyslexia. This training offers five modules where participants can customize their professional development path by attending one or any combination of the five. TAC §232.11 requires educators who teach students with dyslexia to have CPE training in new research and practices in educating students with dyslexia.*

*Successful completion of Module 1 may satisfy this requirement, per local district policy.

Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy is an exciting new training initiative to help district and charter school teachers, administrators, dyslexia specialists, and assessment personnel with the challenges of identifying  students with dyslexia. This training offers five modules where participants can customize their professional development path by attending one or any combination of the five. TAC §232.11 requires educators who teach students with dyslexia to have CPE training in new research and practices in educating students with dyslexia.*

*Successful completion of Module 1 may satisfy this requirement, per local district policy.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Thursday, February 16, 2023

Session ID:
83494
Credits Available:
(1.5) CPE - TEA Provider #015950
Seats Available:
50
Fee:
$45.00
Contact Person:
Megan Lozano
Instructor(s):
Megan Lozano
Date Time Location
2/16/2023 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Education Service Center Region 20 - Zoom Session
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208
Recommended Event Titles
Dyslexia
12 sessions


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