Are you an educator, other professional or a parent who needs additional tools in your toolbox to teach reading, spelling and math to students who struggle? We can provide you with the skills you need to help these students achieve success. Sign up for one of our trainings and learn how to effectively teach reading, spelling, and math through a multisensory approach.
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Educator Training and Workshops
Our summer course is specifically adapted to accommodate the needs of teachers. In addition to increasing your understanding of how learning-disabled students learn language, this course aims to provide you the skills and tools to differentiate instruction and teach every child in today’s full-inclusion classrooms.
Customizable on-site professional development workshops are available to schools interested in implementing multisensory instructional techniques in their classrooms.
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If you would like more information about our training and workshop opportunities, please contact Kristi Harris: (317) 222-6635, ext. 224, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Reid Lyon, Former Chief of Child Development and Behavior at NIH speaks on the importance of Phonemic Awareness and early intervention in reading instruction.
- Matt, 2nd Grade Teacher