Given research advances, there is an urgent need to provide evidence-based early literacy instruction in general education, thereby minimizing the number of individuals requiring specialized instruction. This presentation (a) highlights research findings that support the provision of structured literacy instruction in general education, (b) provides practical examples and video models of evidence-based practices consistent with structured literacy that are appropriate for all students, and (c) explains how to use data to inform and refine instruction.
RESEARCH: Examine research findings and implications for practice relevant to students with dyslexia and other language learning disabilities.
Disclosure: Jill Allor, Heather Stephens, and Thea Woodruff have no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
Department of Teaching and Learning, Southern Methodist University
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12/26/18 8:20 pm
This was an excellent workshop. I can utilize this information in my work with teachers. I will use the resources to help the district with progress monitoring and aligning inventions for Tier II students.