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DYSLEXIA: Best Targeted Interventions to Accelerate Learning (Grades 6-12)

Presented by Shelley Yeater
Outstanding Teacher and National Presenter

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Specifically Designed for Educators Serving Students in Grades 6-12: Classroom Teachers, Reading Specialists, Literacy Coaches, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Instructional Assistants, Interventionists, and Administrators

  • Powerful instructional strategies to boost reading, writing and spelling achievement of students who have or may have dyslexia whether you're working with students in-person or online
  • Best, most current information on dyslexia and practical implications and suggestions for your spelling, reading and writing instruction … support your students in and out of their content classes
  • The most current research on the symptoms of dyslexia including proven applications for assessment and instruction
  • Research-based classroom and intervention strategies for students in grades 6-12 who have or may have dyslexia

Practical Ideas and Strategies

Do you have students struggling to read and comprehend the basic vocabulary necessary for learning in grades 6-12? Are you searching for ways to help students who have or may have dyslexia to be more successful readers, writers and spellers? In this NEW seminar, Shelley Yeater will share with you powerful instructional techniques, technology tools, research-based strategies and many classroom activities all designed to support the success of students who have or may have dyslexia whether they are learning in-person or online. Shelley will share best practices using both traditional resources and cutting-edge online tools for strengthening the literacy skills of students with dyslexia.

Gain a wealth of practical strategies for boosting reading, writing and spelling achievement and increasing students' confidence. Drawing on cutting-edge brain research, Shelley will explore how and why dyslexia develops, what it looks like in a secondary student, and present a wealth of practical strategies, techniques and activities you can use to help activate and strengthen your students' academic success. Enhance your instruction and help your students who have or may have dyslexia increase their engagement and experience success in reading, writing and spelling. Are you looking for the most effective ways to better help your students who may have dyslexia to be more successful readers and spellers? Then this seminar is for you.

You'll leave the seminar with numerous evidence-based interventions you can use immediately that target your dyslexic students' specific needs so your students who have or may have dyslexia can experience greater literacy success.

Ten Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Optimize Literacy Instruction for Students Who Have or May Have Dyslexia
    Learn dozens of strategies and activities that dramatically increase the quality of instruction in-person or online … Help your students in grades 6-12 who have or may have dyslexia achieve greater success in reading, writing and spelling in all of their classes
  2. Strengthen Brain Pathways to Help Students with Dyslexia Succeed
    Understand how reading develops in both the typical reader's brain and the dyslexic reader's brain and learn practical techniques to improve key brain pathways
  3. Address and Prevent Low Word Recognition
    Gain research-based instructional techniques that help students with reading impairments to better learn word patterns and word recognition online and in-person … Learn what you can do to address and help prevent low word recognition
  4. Foster and Support Strong Fluency Growth
    Discover instructional techniques, materials and activities that help students who struggle with decoding to make more rapid progress in word recognition and fluency
  5. Help Students Who Have Fallen Behind to Close the Gap
    Teach your students helpful strategies they can independently use to overcome their own learning roadblocks … Accelerate the progress of students with dyslexia with these powerful teaching tools
  6. Help Students with Dyslexia Avoid Reading Difficulty using Explicit, Multisensory Teaching Techniques
    Learn direct and explicit multisensory teaching techniques you can use immediately to help students in grades 6-12 with dyslexia
  7. Design Effective Accommodations to Focus on the Most Successful Strategies for Dyslexia
    Save precious teaching time by learning what to focus on for your students with dyslexia … Learn the most effective strategies for developing accommodations that increase student success and engagement
  8. Understand the Signs and Symptoms of Dyslexia in the Classroom
    Analyze the symptoms of dyslexia and educational areas to assess to identify students in grades 6-12 with dyslexia
  9. Discover the Most Effective Accommodations, Scaffolds and Supports for Students with Dyslexia
    Learn about low-tech and high-tech accommodations, scaffolds, and supports to help students with dyslexia access grade-level standards
  10. Receive a Comprehensive Digital Dyslexia Resource Handbook
    Return to your school with an extensive digital resource handbook filled with ideas, strategies and step-by-step instructions designed to help you support the reading, writing and spelling success of students in grades 6-12 who have or may have dyslexia … How to use these strategies whether you are working in-person or online

Outstanding Strategies You Can Use Immediately

  • What dyslexia is and what it isn't
  • How to strengthen students' ability to read materials online or in-person
  • Dozens of strategies to help students who have or may have dyslexia successfully read, write and spell
  • Activities and strategies that strengthen the processing system a brain area that is often weak in grades 6-12 students with dyslexia
  • Proven ways to help your students with dyslexia access their learning whether they are learning online or in-person
  • Discover online tools to support students with reading, writing and spelling
  • Tips and ideas for adjusting your instruction so that it better supports grades 6-12 students with dyslexia and reading impairments
  • Classroom proven strategies and the latest information for strengthening the brain pathways critical to reading, writing and spelling success … Implications for our work with students with dyslexia and other reading challenges
  • Instructional techniques that help all students learn, but are especially supportive for students with dyslexia and reading impairments
  • Outstanding research-based teaching techniques and online tools for reinforcing and strengthening your students' reading, writing and spelling proficiency in grades 6-12
  • Ways you can craft effective, practical solutions to the challenges students with dyslexia experience while reading, writing and spelling
  • Practical and impactful strategies you can easily incorporate into your existing literacy instruction and program – you need not re-invent the wheel!
  • How to implement appropriate strategies whether you are working at school or online
  • Ways to increase vocabulary

A Message From Your Seminar Leader

Dear Colleague:

Helping students who struggle can seem daunting on the best of days. Add to it distance learning and the challenge has just increased more than we can explain. Fortunately, research clearly shows us how reading works in the brain, why some children develop reading impairments and dyslexia, and most importantly, what we can do to support and accelerate the learning of our grades 6-12 students who have or may have dyslexia whether we are teaching from home or from our classrooms.

I have designed this dynamic day to equip you with practical tips and ideas that focus on learning strategies and classroom activities that you can use in your classroom as well as to support students when they are in their content area classes. All the knowledge, strategies, activities, and free technology tools you gather in this seminar will help you teach and empower students with dyslexia to be more successful readers, writers, and spellers whether you are working in-person or virtually. And because I know firsthand that teachers are some of the busiest people in the world, everything I present is practical and time-efficient. I'll share with you proven approaches to tackling your most difficult instructional concerns about your dyslexic students; approaches that will benefit not only your students with dyslexia but all students.

Working with students with dyslexia and their teachers has been my passion and the focus of my career. Every day you help dozens of students achieve success. I look forward to sharing with you what I've learned about the teaching of reading so all your students, including those with dyslexia, can be even more successful. I look forward to sharing a day of learning with you.

Sincerely,
Shelley Yeater

P.S. The job you do is so very important. Investing a day with me will give you the knowledge, strategies, and activities that can make a real difference in the reading, writing, and spelling lives of your students with dyslexia as they navigate learning in-person or virtually.

Who Should Attend

Educators Serving Students in Grades 6-12: Classroom Teachers, Reading Specialists, Literacy Coaches, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Instructional Assistants, Interventionists, and Administrators

About BER Live Online Events

With the current health challenges, all BER in-person PD events are currently being presented in a Live Online format:

  • Outstanding Instructors
    All programs are led by outstanding BER national trainers
  • Extensive Resource Handbooks
    You'll have access to an extensive digital Resource Handbook before, during and after your seminar
  • Highly Interactive
    You'll be able to ask questions in real time and interact with the instructor and other participants
  • Program Guarantee
    As we have for 43 years, we guarantee the high quality of our programs. If you are not satisfied, we'll give you a 100% refund.

Special Benefits of Attending

Extensive Digital Resource Handbook
Each participant will receive an extensive digital resource handbook giving you access to countless strategies before, during and after the seminar. The handbook includes:

  • Practical, research-based teaching techniques and classroom activities for supporting students in grades 6-12 who have or may have dyslexia
  • Strategies that help build important pathways in the brain, needed for literacy success whether accessing learning in-person or online
  • Effective ways to positively impact achievement for students who struggle with dyslexia
  • Important information on what dyslexia is and what it isn't
  • How to implement these strategies whether you are working in-person or online

Consultation Available
Shelley Yeater will be available to answer your specific questions and the unique needs of your own program.

Semester Credit Option
Brandman University Logo Up to four graduate level professional development credits are available with an additional fee and completion of follow-up practicum activities. Details for direct enrollment with Brandman University, part of the Chapman University system, will be available at this BER program.

Meet Inservice Requirements
Participants of both the Live Online Seminar and those completing the Recorded Version online can receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify five continuing education hours. State CEUs are available for both versions of the course. For specific details, visit www.ber.org/ceus.

   
 
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