Breaking the Code: Paving the Way Toward Literacy Pathway

Breaking the Code: Paving the Way Toward Literacy (Regional Training)
Posted on 11/06/2020
Learning to read is a fundamental skill that allows children access to all other school subjects and aids in promoting social and emotional stability. Reading is every child's right. This pathway will provide participants with the understanding and skills needed to help all students read, specifically those with reading challenges, such as dyslexia. Courses will explore:
  • The reading brain, the process for screening and evaluating for dyslexia
  • The reading challenges common in ELL students
  • The importance of oral language development in the development of reading acquisition
  • Structured literacy
  • Orton-Gillingham methodology

Required Courses

  • Day 1: Foundations, Screenings and Assessments
  • Day 2: Structured Literacy - What, Why, Who and How?
  • Day 3: Oral Language - Reversing the Matthew Effect
  • Day 4: Honk, Honk! Stop, Assess, and Drive Your Reading Instruction
  • Day 5: Structured Literacy with Orton-Gillingham, Foundational
  • Day 6: Structured Literacy with Orton-Gillingham, Advanced

Intended Audience

LCAP Priorities

  • Pupil Achievement
  • Pupil Engagement
  • Implementing State Standards
  • Course Access

multi-tiered systems of support ties 1 through 3