Corrective Reading Tier 3 - 1703MTS
General and Special Education Teachers 3-12, Literacy Coaches, Teacher Consultants, Speech-Language Pathologists, and other MTSS Team Members planning to teach this program.
This two-day workshop will prepare you to teach Corrective Reading Decoding and Corrective Reading Comprehension. Corrective Reading is a comprehensive intensive intervention program designed for students in Grades 3-12. It targets students who are reading two or more years below grade level in general or special education classrooms.
The three essential goals of Corrective Reading are increasing reading accuracy (decoding), developing reading fluency, and building reading comprehension. This research-validated intervention program delivers tightly-sequenced, carefully planned lessons that give struggling students the structure and practice necessary to become skilled, fluent readers and better learners.
September 11-12, 2018
January 15-16, 2019
**Please note: Districts will need to order the teacher and student materials to implement the program. This purchase decision should be made BEFORE attending this training. If you need assistance with this decision, contact Maureen Staskowski at email@example.com.
McGraw Hill is providing the training and materials for this workshop. This workshop will cover Corrective Reading Decoding and Comprehension. This presentation will focus exclusively on these programs and will not include information about other similar or related remedial programs.
10 SCECHs are pending approval
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The MISD will provide, upon request with advance
notice, appropriate auxiliary aids and services as
necessary to afford a qualified individual with a
disability equal opportunity to participate in the
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