Dyslexia Series: Chapter 3 Screening for Dyslexia

This course covers using an MTSS/RTI framework to screen for and identify students at risk for dyslexia across grades K-2. It teaches the problem-solving model: identifying reading difficulties, analyzing underlying deficits, developing intervention plans, and evaluating outcomes, focusing on using data and the Simple View of Reading. Upon completion of this course, you will receive 2 PDU hours. Created by Middle Tennessee State University

Prerequisites for this course are:
Dyslexia Series: Chapter 1 Defining the Science of Reading
Dyslexia Series: Chapter 2: An Overview of Dyslexia

Early Childhood, Lower Elementary (K-2)

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Dyslexia Series: Chapter 1 Defining the Science of Reading

This is a series by the Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia at Middle Tennessee State University. It covers dyslexia in K-2 and aims to help educators understand, identify, and respond to dyslexia in primary grades. The content applies to both pre-and in-service educators across K-5.
*This course is a prerequisite for other courses in the series.

  1. Grade Level:  Early Childhood, Lower Elementary (K-2)
  2. Type of Educator:  Teacher, Administrator, Special Education, Paraprofessional, Title 1
  3. Content Areas: English Language Arts & Literacy, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), Special Education
  4. Registration Link;  https://learninghub.mrooms.net/course/view.php?id=768 [learninghub.mrooms.net]