Screening and Supporting Students
At-Risk of Dyslexia at K-2
Crating Minds has created a four-part workshop that translates the Massachusetts Dyslexia Guidelines into practical strategies for the assessment and instruction of students at-risk for reading difficulties and dyslexia. This district or school-based workshop is designed to support current practices, and appropriate for a diverse group educators at the K-2 level including: classroom teachers, reading specialists, special educators, speech and language pathologists, school psychologists, and administrators.
JOIN US FOR A FREE WEBINAR ABOUT
GETTING STARTED WITH THE DYSLEXIA GUIDELINES
HOSTED BY THE TISCH COLLEGE AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY
JULY 27, 2021 - 9 - 10:30am
Interpreting Student Performance & Planning Instruction
The second session discusses the use of screening tools and progress monitoring in a larger MTSS model. The workshop supports educators and specialists as they interpret student performance and plan instruction in both Tier 2 and Tier 3 routines.
Targeted Tier 2 Instruction Routines to Build Accuracy.
The third session introduces targeted Tier 2 instructional routines that develop accuracy skills in the early grades. Tier 2 routines largely extend classroom instructional routines and provide additional practice.
Targeted Tier 2 Routines to Build Automaticity and Comprehension
This final session will introduce Tier 2 routines that develop automaticity/fluency and comprehension skills. We will also review key ideas and troubleshoot challenges.