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Energizing Readiness (ER)

This one-day class is designed for 4-year-old, early childhood, special education teachers, and speech-language pathologists. 



Structured Language Basics 
(SLB)

Our five-day training program is perfect for second- and third-grade teachers. Learn to increase fluency at every reading level.



Power Grammar & Composition (PGC)

Designed to improve writing and English comprehension, this one-day course is designed for teachers of older elementary school students.

 

Certified Academic Language Practitioner (CALP)

The CALP preparatory course meets the certification requirements for participants to become a Certified Language Practitioners.


 

Educators & Dyslexia 101

For districts and schools, we offer either a half-day or full-day of on-site training for educators to learn about what dyslexia is and is not, identifying dyslexia in the classroom, how neurobiological disorders affect learning, and accommodating students with dyslexia. 


Navigate Kindergarten (NK)

This two-day training helps teachers meet their goal of making sure their students are ready to read by the first grade.



Morphological Spelling & Vocabulary (MSV)

This one-day training targets those who teach fourth through sixth grade. The class focuses on meaning, etymology, and spelling.



Structured Multisensory Language Foundations (SMLF) Introduction

This is the first course in the two-year CALT program that meets ALTA requirements.


 

Reading Intervention 101 (RI 101)

This four-hour class is not limited to educators. Anyone with interest in aiding readers who struggle will benefit.



First Grade Foundations (FGF)

The four-day program is structured and implements a multisensory approach, allowing teachers to aid various levels.



Reading Comprehension (RC)

This one-day course includes strategies to assist fourth- to sixth-grade teachers in improving both reading comprehension and retention in students.



Structured Multisensory Language Foundations (SMLF) Advanced

This is the second course in the two-year CALT program that meets ALTA requirements.


 

Parents & Dyslexia 101

This three-hour dyslexia basics class is for parents to learn about dyslexia and how to advocate for their child at the school level.